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First you will need to get the correct SSD unit for your system as Apple has a few different versions depending on your model. Are you sure you have the newest '13 model? it has PCIe I/O unlike the older models. None of the available 3rd party upgrades will work on this system.

Your only option is going with one of two upgrade options from Apple 256GB or 512GB. But heres the rub, you will need to buy a brand new system! In order to get the larger size as they don't offer it for after-sale upgrade at this point. Sorry ;-{

Maybe in the fall other options will be offered to you by OWC or other 3rd party supplier of upgrades.

As to migration of your stuff:

The best way is using an external HD or gasp! SSD drive using TimeMachine or other backup software.

In any case you will still have an issue swapping the drive out as you don't have Mountain Lion installer on your system only the recovery service which is not quite the same. Download from the App store a full copy of Mountain Lion so you can prep the external HD or SSD as a boot disk for your system.

As I've not needed to do this yet on the newest Air's I want to give your fair warning here: Apple in the past has not been very good in updating the OS installer in the App store for the newest models (often they need newer device drivers). So you may find the external HD/SSD won't work as it should as it's missing needed drivers. You will need to visit your nearest Apple Store to have then help you in setting up the external HD/SSD to boot up your new MacBook Air if you encounter problems here.

Your other option here is to just wait until Mavericks (the new OS-X due this late fall/winter) is released. As it is a full OS update it will have all of the needed drivers.

So the '''bottom line here''' is just wait for both a 3rd party SSD option to update your Air and wait for Mavericks.

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