There is no-one 100% expert on SSD topics.
Just use it as you like. Install programs on it as you like...... just like a regular HDD just make sure you trim it (de-frag it regularly) every once in a while and it only takes 10 seconds max on 120 gig SSD AFAIK
You shouldn't really need to defrag an SSD. The whole problem with fragmentation on mechanical hard drives is that the head needs to seek to different physical parts of the disk lowering speed with wasteful movement. As an SSD has no moving parts so can access any part of data in exactly the same amount of time fragmentation is not an issue. In fact defragging an SSD is actually *bad* for the overall life of the drive as each block of memory only has a finite number of reads and writes so pointlessly defragging (i.e. moving) data to be contiguous when there is no need to just wastes the reads and writes.
Anybody who says they are getting better performance from their SSD after defragging is either lying or does not understand the technology used. You see the same thing with people saying $100 golden plated, oxygen free HDMI cables give better picture quality than a $10 HDMI cable which is utter rubbish as the signal is digital. The only benefit you *may* get with the $100 cable is build quality. If a cable adheres to the HDMI spec you are good to go. Same with SSDs and defragging. Defragging was designed for older technology drives. Hope that helps