Is there a real benefit in upgrading to drilled/crossed rotors over factory? It's about that time for new rotors. It makes sense that drilled/crossed rotors disipate heat better and possibly slow glazing. But given that, Cruisers are typically not high speed vehicles and unless one might be a dare devil, stopping larger tires offroad typically occurs at crawling speeds. Does braking ability increase dramatically at highway speeds with drilled/crossed rotors behind larger tires? What effect if any does ABS play with drilled/crossed rotors? Is the improvement from factory to drilled/crossed rotors great enough overall to justify additional cost? Do drilled/crossed rotors require less or gentler braking to slow the Cruiser, if the difference is noticable? Is brake pad life increased at all?