my front rotors are drilled and slotted by powerslot, I have a set for the back but I'm waiting to change calipers and add s/s brakelines to the mix before I put that on... Besides I put a brand new OEM type rotor and pad on the rear when I bought the car so I'm not in a hurry to do it. If slotted rotors aren't good for daily use why does Audi and some other sedans use a gold color front cross drilled rotor as the front OEM? Cross drilled helps stop the car faster, slotted helps keep the brakes cool. When I had my BMW e30 turbo all I used was cross drilled and the car was my daily driver as well.cross drilled rotors are not good to weather/ daily use.
i would suggest slotted rotors