I think alot of the people here will tell you to stay completely away from cross-drilled rotors. I'm not one of them. I had Powerstop cross-drilled rotors on my 95SSEi, and I had nothing but good experiences. Of course, I was delivering pizza at the time, which meant that I was doing a lot of stop-go driving at horrific speeds, and brake-fade was a serious issue for me.
What type of brakes to get should depend ENTIRELY on your driving needs, and not a bit on aesthetic preferences. If you don't drive like a maniac, you really don't need cross-drilled. If you do, then make sure to get a good brand, and make sure the holes are CAST in. The Powerstops that I used were cast with holes that were then machined slightly to prevent dust build-up and clogged holes.
If you don't fit the maniac mold, just get yourself some good-quality plain rotors and ceramic pads. If you feel you need a little more performance, go for the slotted rotors. The slots allows brake dust and gasses to escape, so that the pads make better contact.