I do back up Will on this one. I installed my RSM rotors from Domestic Performance with some Moorse (Sp?) Ceramic pads. I didn't do any 100-0 breaking, but I did several 85-0 stops to heat them up. I saw quite a bit of smoke from the hard stops (the anti corrosive coating on the RSM'* used for shipping) but after they burned that coating off, I had no other evidence of overheating--no break fade, no smell of break-lite, no dust (too early to really tell on the dust), just clean, crisp stops.
I also noticed quite a difference in the quality off the RSM'* and what I removed. I think that the previous owner put the cheap rotors on the car the last time they were replaced, because the cooling vents on the old units were much larger than on the RSM'*--resulting in a too-thin-for-comfort rotor wall. The RSM'* are constructed much more solidly than the old ones were. They were also a perfect fit. I am running the same rims as Will (the stock Ghetto Gold 16" rims), and they filled the wheel cavity very well.
I would HIGHLY recommend these rotors and ceramic pads.
Retired Moderator, The Bonneville Club www.bonnevilleclub.com
RIP Oldsmobile, April 29
1995 Bonneville SE Supercharged (Stock)
Current Mods: Dirty GYM Sock air freshener.