I do not use an SSD drive, but I have read messages (from Harm, I think) indicating that an SSD has a "finite" number of write cycles before you may no longer write to the memory
It may be better to have temp files on a different drive - Drive C space http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1007934?tstart=0
If it were me, I'd leave the swap/paging file alone. Let Windows manage it. You'll get better performance leaving it where it is.
Continuing from what John and Jim have said, SSDs are best suited for the OS and software.
As a consequence of the repeated re-write degradation, I have my swap/paging file on a WD raptor drive (D:\), together with all my non-video media, etc files.
If you do take over from Windows' management of the paging file, make sure to set it at a fixed size and put it on an empty drive, so that it remains unfragmented and is on the fastest part of the drive.