^ recommend you do not wipe your old HDD untill after you have installed Win 7 on SSD and wait for about a Month - THEN delete win 7 from HDD. YES - DO disconnect HDD while installing on SSD.
(1) disconnect your HDD, connect the SSD. Make sure BIOS is set for AHCI.
(2) boot win 7 installation disk and install windows 7.
(3) after windows 7 is installed, power down and reconnect HDD.
... NOTE: If your HDD had win 7 on it you can boot to either the Old HDD or the SSD by hitting the Key that brings up the Boot menu (on my gigabyte it is F12, on my asrock it is f11) during post. THIS Does not change bios boot priority.
(4) Power up, enter bios and make sure boot priority is to boot to the SSD first.
There are some tweaks that you can do for SSDs. Just google SSD tweaks. Two that I do:
(1) Disable Hibernation
(2) set my virtual memory (Page file) to small value and set the min and max to the same value. My I5-750 with 8 gigs of Ram I set the min and max to 1024 Megs and on my I5-2500k with 16 gigs of Ram I set min and max to 512 megs.