Long lasting, very low dust. Aim for the ceramics. Brand probably doesn't matter much they are already a high performance pad. Like one mentioned, make sure you get rotors that will take the extra beating.
As an FYI for anyone considering the low dust or long life of a ceramic. And I know CFoote and Randman1 will attest.
My 00 full sized Chevy p/u with 8 foot bed and extended cab, plus 4wd is a very big and heavy vehicle. It has the original factory front brakes and pads on it at 101K miles. I'm hard on brakes...(gotta be when you use the power as much as I do). 100 thou miles on a set of pads on a Big Heavy Truck is unheard of in my book.
Spend the money on the good rotors...because you'll never touch the brakes again. btw..backs changed because caliper hung up.
00 Regal GS: All kinds of cool stuff.