OK well I did precisely this and had no problems. Furthermore I had purchased the Paragon Migrate product and wasn't happy with it.
This is what I did and is just a bit different from the WHS tutorial. Prepare the SSD
. Here I am including a system reserved partition of size 205MB. From an elevated command prompt
2) List Dist
3) Select disk n
......n is the SSD disk number
4) create partition primary size=205 align=1024
......the system reserved partition
5) create partition primary align=1024
......the OS partition
6) List partition
partition 1 primary 1024 kB
partition 2 primary 206 MB
7) select partition 1
9) select partition 2
10) assign letter=c
The SSD is now prepared.
Connect SSD to sata port 0 and disconnect all other internal HDDs Transfer the Macrium Images
Using Macrium Reflect free V5. Drag and drop
the partition images onto the SSD prepared partitions. The images will then use the target partition alignment. See Partition Alignment
That's about it. Check Trim and that disk drefrag is off. Windows seems to take care of this.