Ended up doing generic rotors, store brand semi metallics. Even used a torque wrench to tighten the wheels (100 ft-lbs with an old school needle style wrench, but hey thats all I got) Went on some rural roads to bed the pads, they were fading and smelling by the 4th stop. Hope I never need 4 hard stops in a row, cause these arent going to do it LOL. At least it brakes SMOOTHLY now. Before, it felt like it was gonna jump out of its paint. Bled then again too, really getting happy with the pedal feel now
I chose not to go the ceramic route, I have been driving about 40k a year for work and really dont want to have to do this every few months. MrsCrzy'* LE brakes WONDERFULLY for having almost 200k, but I can't remember what kind of pads I put on last time, been about 2 years since I had to do anything to them.
Appreciate all the help, one of these days I will get to do some of these fun perfomance mods when its not being used for an office.