I was going to ask a similar question as the original poster, but I think it would be better to just add my version to this thread. I'm preparing to build a new system and just as a spur of the moment thought, I'm wondering about any advantage/drawbacks of using an SSD as strictly a boot drive for Windows 7, Linux (Fedora), and possibly another OS or two.
It's simple enough to configure Linux to use a partition as a boot partition only, but I've never really tried that with Windows. I know that I could set the swap to use a different drive in Windows, but what other headaches would I run into? Would there be any real speed advantage to using a SSD in this way? (The system will be using at least one SATA 6Gb/s hard disk.)
Thanks in advance for any input.