A lot of people recommend the Samsung 840, but I wouldn't get it unless it's the Pro series. The non-Pros use low grade TLC NAND, whereas the Sandisk Extreme as well as the Pro use the faster/more durable MLC NAND.
EDIT: @Marcopolo The Phenom II X4 will not bottleneck, it's still a very competitive processor, despite it's age, hence why it's still stocked and recommended by Tom's on their monthly processor round up. Esp. given the fact that he has a fairly low end graphics card, I really wouldn't worry about bottlenecking. In fact getting the FX 8350 with such a low end graphics card would lead to a lot more bottlenecking in my opinion. The SSD + good processor + low end graphics is a more balanced build than great processor + low end graphics.
@Nin10dawg64 Yeah that's the whole point, I have a SSD with my OS, couple of programs (PhotoShop), couple of big games (PlanetSide 2, GTA IV) but all my personal files (photos, older games, TV shows, movies and so on) are on a separate mechanical. It's completely up to you what you put where, esp. since Steam finally added the option of having Steam Libraries at multiple different locations (e.g. on different hard drives).
I wouldn't recommend with going with less than 120gb though, it fills up a lot faster than you'd imagine.