Ok, not a K5 question, but I figure you guys might want to chime in anyway. I have a 2003 3/4-ton 4x4 Suburban with a 6" suspension lift and 35's. I can tell my brake pads are gonna need replacing soon, and that got me to thinking about going ahead and uprgrading the rotors and possibly the calipers as well. Most of the caliper kits I have seen have been in the $3,000 range, and there is no way in hell I am going to spend that right now. I was thinking of something under $1000 that would increase my stopping power. I noticed someone (Stillen I think) makes an oversized rotor and caliper braket kit for about $550.00 that increases the rotor size and the contact surface of the pad and rotor by about 14%. This is a vented (not drilled) rotor. The cross-drilled and vented rotors I had on my 1999 K2500 sub did make a difference in stopping ability, but it seems most everyone frowns on drilled rotors these days b/c they warp easily. Anyone know of a simple (ie not terribly expensive) upgrade for late model Chevy brakes? It stops fine with the factory rotors and pads, but I am going to start towing my K5 once in awhile (if my freaking mechanic ever finishes fabbing my tow-bar/receiver hitch setup on the front of my K5), so I would like a little more stopping power. While towing my dually on a tandem axle trailer a couple of weekends ago I noticed that my sub doesn't exactly like to stop very quickly, so while the Blazer isn't as heavy I would still like more stopping power. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.