Very nice. I would connect the ssd first and load windows before you connect the main hardrive. Let windows configure your seagate as a secondary drive (plug in the connectors while windows is running). Or you can clone the ssd to the seagate after you finish loading your files. Maxblast 5.0 works well; I clone and set up the secondary drive as a boot device, then disconnect it when maxblast tells you to shut down the system when it completes the operation. Then you'll have a complete backup drive to use if the ssd fails.