I just happen to have the Kingston SSDNow V+100 in my own rig. I bought it when newegg.com had it on sale for $99.99 and free shipping.
If you are going to do a clean install it is just a matter of going into the System BIOS at boot-up and enabling AHCI mode. Once boot up is complete simply install Windows 7. After that you can do the space saving tweaks in the article Pyree linked to. You can skip the performance tweaks. According to the article some of them might actually harm performance. That's what I did. I've had the ssd for almost three months and everything is running smoothly.
I hope you know that an ssd will not improve actual game play and it will not improve FPS. The only thing that happens is that the game will launch faster and levels, maps, or charts will load faster. If you participate in online gaming, then the ssd will not improve anything. You'll still be at the mercy of your Internet Service Provider.