You can do whatever you want. But to make it easier you need to set every thing up now or you can do a clean install when you get your ssd. 1st boot your win7 disk, when you get to the format and partition section,set up 3 partitions,the 1st and 3rd one will be 160GB each (to match your ssd size) the 2nd one will be whats left. Load win7 onto the 1st partition (which will be C: drive) Load all your drivers,updates and anything you want on you ssd into C: drive. Pretend C: drive is your ssd. Everything else goes into the 2nd partition which you will name D: The 3rd partition name X: Then use your computer as if the ssd was in there. Now the fun part. When you get your ssd, you will need to create a system image. (control panel>backup & restore>create system image)Windows will walk you though it. Put that image in X: drive. Next, install the ssd. restart computer. go to disk management and rename you drives. Change C: to Z: then make the ssd C: and then restart your computer and enter you BIOS make the ssd your 1st boot device and your CD/DVD the 2nd and the hdd the 3rd. save, exit and restart with win7 recovery disk Install the image in X: to your ssd and when done, your computer should boot from your ssd. Then erase Z
artition and expand D: to the maximum. Save X: and name it Recovery. If anybody out there sees that I left something out or made any mistakes, please respond. Worst case scenario, you'll have to do a clean install. Good luck!