My old rotors were getting a little thin and pretty grooved, so I decided it was time for a new set. This time I went with the StopTech Stage 2 kit which comes with all four rotors, pads, steel brake lines, and fluid. Replacing the brake lines is suggested for my car at 100K (I have 96k) and I found several cracks in my old brake lines so this was a good time for it.
Speaking of cracks, I remember the last time I did this, people came out of the woodwork to tell me about how my drilled rotors would crack and fracture and were totally unsafe. I'd just like to say that I carefully inspected all four of my old rotors and I couldn't find a single crack in any one of them.
I'd also like to add that StopTech not only offered an excellent one stop shop, but the kit works extremely well. Also they have copious documentation about what U should expect from their kit and when. So far, the brake kit has performed *exactly* as they said it would right down to which hard stop would get fade during pad break in.