First, distinguish between slotted and drilled. Drilled rotors are silly; slotted rotors have serious adherents, but they will wear your pads down more quickly.I know the arguments about drilled / slotted rotors and I still want them. With that said where is the best place to buy stock replacement rotors?
How long have you been running them? Time and miles.
Want to see something funny?1 month and about 1,000 miles. Using them with Hawk HPS pads. They REALLY bite hard.
Apparently, those front (at least) rotors are Power Stop rotors.OK, here is what I had in mind:
Satisfied, along with Raybestos and ACDelco and a few others, have taken the reassuring step of obtaining D3EA certification for at least some of their offerings. Although, when you put your foot on the pedal, the D3EA certification does nothing to stop you, it does give me some confidence that the product will perform as advertised. See Consumer Reports article on what to look for in a brake pad. TireRack also has good things to say about D3EA.I got a front pair of "Satisfied" Ceramic Pro VS from (URL redacted)] for $35.99.
I have now 5000 miles on them and they have no squeal, work great, barely any dust.