I'd definitely recommend it. No need to spend the extra cash to get a large SSD though. Get an 80 or 128GB max for your system/apps and then just store all your music/movies on an external or secondary platter based HD.
I'd take a system with 4GB RAM + SSD over one with 8GB any day of the week.
It would be faster if you had room for those on the SSD, but you won't notice it in iTunes very much. It only has to load the database. Other apps like iMove and iPhoto would be affected more.
Put it this way, i've yet to hear someone go SSD and say they would go back to a standard HD. In a perfect world you could afford to put everything on one ...until then you just gotta speed up what you can.
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