I would do a complete install though. Everything is "feels" better than going from a HDD to a SSD if you do a complete reinstall.
Seconded. Windows 7 was designed to support SSD, meaning that if you start with a fresh install, almost everything will be pre-configured automatically for you when the install is finished instead of spending a few hours fishing through obscure settings as you'd have to do if you ghosted your old OS.
The bottom line is that SSD aren't main-stream enough for their to be a quick, easy, and painless solution to transferring quite yet. Either way it's going to take some work to get up and running... but a fresh install is by far the easier way to go.
Also, I wasn't trying to say that making a 64gb SSD is impossible, just that if you're going to spend that much, save for however much longer and buy a bigger one. The wiggle room is nice, and will save wear and tear on the drive since you won't have to play "What should I uninstall so I have room for (name here) this time."
I suppose It's a matter of preference.Edited by EvilAndLazy - 11/23/11 at 7:38pm