Hello, I am looking to do all four rotors and pad sets on my truck - a 98 Chevy S10 ZR2. It has OE brake parts all around, and want a bit more bite, as the large tires are a bit much for the OE brakes. What thoughts on the pads? It is a pickup truck, but I do not tow. I do drive heavily loaded quite often though, but the heavy loads are transferred around town or on low speed highways, where Im not going more than 55, and usually not more than 35-40. Would Napa Advanced One be the best bet, or Raybestos Advanced, Bendix titanium metallic II, or a Hawk pad, say HPS or the truck and SUV one? I would prefer the low dusting of the OE ceramics, but I want a bit more bite. Ill likely use Napa Ultra Premium rotors, if I can verify that they are US-made. Otherwise, Ill find an equivalent if I can. I'd like a coated rotor, as the truck sits a lot, gets rained on sometimes (spends some time out of the garage, but is only a weekend hauler, so often is in the garage), and rotor rust is an issue - I wont use another set of brakes/rotors for probably 10-15 years, so Id like to keep them in good shape. Thoughts and suggestions?