Will use the SSD as the boot drive, the only thing that sux in doing is is that all the My Documents folders will be on this drive, so I will have to use different folders not to take up the extra space on the SSD.
If you're using Windows 7 that isn't really the case anymore. When you hit the Documents, Pictures or Music button on the start bar it opens up all the included folders you have for that sub heading. If you have a folder called "Work Documents" for example on your HDD all you need to do is open the Documents button from the start menu and at the top of the window (just below the address bar) it will say "Includes: 1 location". Click that button and you can add any folder you want, in this example your work documents, and it will now show up whenever you hit Documents from the start menu or from the side bar while navigating folders. That's how I've been managing my overly large music collection for the past couple of years. I just made myself a "Music" folder on one of my external drives.