I just did the brakes on my 95'. If done right, it makes a huge difference. Bleed system at all 4 corners, this IS important. It gets the moisture out, which makes the pedal feel firmer and also prevents your wheel cylinders/caliper pistons from rusting from the inside out! Adjust your rear brakes. When you take the drums off, use the tip of a screwdriver to turn the star wheel several clicks. This pushes the shoes out closer to the drums. When properly adjusted, the drums drag slightly on the shoes. It will make your parking brake feel nice and firm too.
Then do the pads and replace/turn the rotors if necessary. It'* very important to remove and lube the caliper bolts!
Once you remove the pads, push the bolts into the caliper until they fall out. Then lube them really well with lithium grease. I didn't do this last time because one of the bolts was stuck. Bad move.
It caused that caliper to stick, which wore out the outside pad in only 20K miles. It also caused a clunk when I braked because it would build up pressure and engage abruptly, making the whole front end feel loose! I pushed it out this time with a clamp. It was tough, but it made a world of difference. Incidentally, I used SpeedBleeders bleeding screws, which are pricey but worth every penny, and Raybestos BruteStop pads which stop well and haven't squealed at all yet.