I plan on getting a Intel 320 40GB SSD to install my main 64bit OS and a few applications on it. The majority of other applications and games will be on the D drive containing the 150GB Velociraptor. My question and main concern is installing a 32 bit and 64 bit applications such as Adobe Photoshop or other 3D applications such as Maya in 64bit version on the D drive. Do I need to create a separate installation folder such as "Program Files" and "Program Files (x86)" for the 32 bit and the 64bit applications or could I install both into one particular installation folder? Do they need to be separated? Will it let you create a "Program Files (x86)" on the D drive? Will updating be a problem if you install stuff on the D drive? Have anyone try this method and ran into any particular problem? I just want to make sure if this method won't cause any problem. If there are big conflicts I might have to cash out and get a 160GB SSD. I have read up a bit on Symbolic Links. I was wondering if I should install everything normally in "Program Files" and "Program Files (x86)" on the C drive and then move them onto the D drive and symbolic link them. Would that be a better way? Thanks!