Install windows 7 on your SSD aswell as the programs / games you use the most.
All the rest can go on your HDD. You should save your documents in your HDD, as there will be no difference for them to be in an SSD or an HDD.
If you count on overclocking, maybe get an after market cpu cooler.
I just realized the motherboard i selected does not have USB 3.0 for the front I/O panel connections available.
I don't really want to run a cable from the front just to plug into the back.
can you recommend a different MoBo in the same price range with similar features including the USB 3.0 connections?
by the way. the selected MoBo i can get at MicroCenter for 79.99 after rebate. but i am willing to go up to $130.00 for a similar replacement.