Me, I'd buy the 128 gig Curcial M4 and use it for OS + programs + most often used games. Switch the 60 Gig SSD to a "data" SSD and put less often used programs and games on it. M4 is quite good, and very vew have problem with it.
..Hopefully you will get a M4 with firmware ver 9, if not update it to 9 before instally windows (procedure is easy).
.. Prior to Installing, down load the Intel RST driver Ver 10.6 and install after installing windows. There is a ver 10.6 "F6" iaSTor (intel's ahci) driver. Myself I'd put on thumbdrive and during installation, select custom install and the select have driver and use this instead of windows default ahci driver. (This step not required, just recommended)
Screen shot of My M4 using AS SSD