Fears about SSD wear are (in almost all cases) massively overblown.
You can write 100GB of data to that drive every day, 365 days per year for 15 years before it reaches its estimated cycles. And some stress-testers have got more than double that out of the drive without failures.
Check out this page, it should put alllllll your fears to rest: http://www.anandtech.com/show/7173/samsung-ssd-840-evo-review-120gb-250gb-500gb-750gb-1tb-models-tested/3
You really need something like a write-intensive database (server workload) to wear out a client drive. It's just never going to happen.