I recommend IGNORING IRST and use something like Acronis True Image. If you have a Western Digital or Seagate drive you can download a FREE version from them.
With this free version of Acronis TI you can make a complete backup IMAGE of your SSD to a hard drive which you can then RESTORE if you have issues.
60GB is NOT enough IMO. Get at LEAST 80GB, and if you play games install them to a hard drive, not the SSD (I have my STEAM folder on a 2TB WD drive "e:/STEAM")
(shortly after installing Windows 7 I'd used 35GB of my available 55GB. After a while I ran out of space and was force to get a second 60GB and RAID0 them.)
My whole purpose of buying a Z68 board was to use the IRST. I don't really need anything over 60 GB for I am only using it as a caching device. Its only use will be to READ.
I was originally looking at Corsair, but I am getting a lot of mixed reviews.