Got a question on once you have all your hardware in how do you go about getting the best OSX install?
The point of having a SSD is speed, if you worry about filling up your SSD and try to keep most things on your HDD whats the pint of having a SSD?
Once i had got the SSD installed i installed a new copy of OSX, once i had booted up to the SSD i then migrated from my old OSX that was installed on the HDD.
Now i didn’t migrate everything, i didn’t want music, movies and photos, they are just BIG files that dont really need the speed of an SSD. I migrated Applications and general settings, with the i got what i would say is “My” mac back, everything as i had set up and run for the past year but i also had all my applications on my SSD giving me the speed i wanted, yes its a big file but we go back to whats the point of having a SSD!?
Once i had this set up i just added a shortcut for the relevant folders i needed linking the normal user location to movies, photos and music. its not the easiest but there is a forum that explains it here.