I just ordered a larger, faster NVME drive than my current one. I'd like to create a windows image to the new drive to make it my primary drive, then use my old NVME drive as secondary storage. I was thinking that I'd install the new drive into the second NVME slot, create the Windows image to the new drive, then shut down the PC and switch the new drive to the first NVME slot, making in the primary drive. Then wipe the data from the old drive. I'd create a secondary windows image to my external HDD in case of any problems. Does anyone foresee any issues with this method? Would having Windows on the old drive as well as the new one create any issues before I wipe the old drive?