Kingston's SSDNow drives are actually repackaged Intel X25-M drives along with software and an adapter which lets you transfer the contents of your laptop's hard drive (OS and data) to the SSD.
If you don't need to transfer your existing disk, or if you're able to do that on your own without the handholding provided by the Kingston kit, then you can probably find a cheaper price on a bare Intel X25-M drive.
Ugh, a JMicron SSD.
I would avoid it if I where you.
JMicron SSD controllers, even the current updated one, are terrible (read Anandtech's SSD Anthology and their updates for more info).
Instead, look into an Intel or Indilinx based SSD.
Unfortunately the Intel based drives are quite a bit more expensive than what you are looking at.
The best I could recommend wold be a 30Gb OCZ Vertex Turbo for about the same price.
Unfortunately, you are looking at another $100CAD if you want to step up to a 60Gb SSD that has a proper controller
30Gb is pretty small but it should be large enough for the Os and a few games.
All your data would need to be stored in another location but I guess you where planning on doing that anyways.