HYPER-V HOST on SSDs? Any Advantage?

I have a few SSDs that are 100GB. My hyper-v server hosts 4 virtual machines. However the virtual machines are actually on a 16BAY SAN server that has 16 drives that are SAS 79GB 15K drives all at raid 10.

Do the virtual machines benefit in any way if the HOST has SSDs vs currently their is Raid 1 using a pair of SCSI 136GB 15K drives in the HYPER-V Host currently.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
You may find a small improvement if you were to place Host paging file on SSD.

You would get better performance movings VMs to SSD!
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