This is an interesting article by Ferdinand Thommes (devil), the main guy at siduction Linux (http://news.siduction.org/), my personal favorite Debian-based (Sid) distro. Basically, now that SSDs have been around for a while, we've learned a bit more about how they work, and the setup concepts are changing; most notably, the use of the 'discard' option in fstab. This option, long the standard for SSD configuration, forces a real-time trim operation each time there is a file deletion. New findings seem to favor not using the discard option, but rather a script that runs trim on a regular basis, perhaps weekly, for better performance.
BTW, try siduction. It is a fast, good looking, rolling release distro with a friendly and helpful community. It comes in a few different flavors, XFCE, LXQt, and a noX version, as well.