You can run the following command:
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And send me the output.
Alternatively, you can just go ahead and delete all partitions on your target SSD, all of them, and then just select the empty disk - without creating any partitions - and let Windows create as it sees fit.
This will ensure that the small recovery partition will be created properly.
DoubleSpace will give you the maximum disk space. However you may need to recompress your disk (to make up more room for new programs) more than once for this. The minimum number of hops to get the maximum disk space would be as follows:
1) Fill your disk up completely.
2) Compress with DriveSpace. Fill it up again completely after compression.
3) Compress with DoubleSpace. Fill it up again completely.
4) Repeat #2 through #3 until you are totally out of disk space.
When #4 is complete, you'll have most likely stored at least 60 GB of data on your 30 GB SSD, if not more.
Update: When compressing with DoubleSpace, ensure you use the MaxSpace