Drum brakes are scary, and much harder to deal with than discs. But now, Roulunds/MAT/Bendix has these pre-assembled kits for some of the more-popular cars, including the Mk1 Focus I've heard of them for a few months, but now is the first time I've actually seen them for sale with a price on it that you can actually buy them for. Rock Auto and Amazon now carry them. If they have the kits for your car, the part number will be SK___, the blank being the FMSI number. For example, SK747 In other news, Brembo now has a line of ceramic shoes for some cars with drum brakes. Although they are just the shoes and not pre-assembled like the Bendix kits, it's still nice to have ceramic shoes finally be available.