This winter I plan to do a fair amount of upgrades to the 308 that I've been researching for over a year. One of these things is upgrading to the drilled Brembo brake rotors which are available for 308s. There are a few threads on these rotors in the archives... At least two folks I've seen went with the cross-drilled brembo rotors. Wanted to get feedback as to how they've stood up. Any cracking around the holes (which is one well-known potential problem with cross-drilled brake rotors)? Apparently, the brembo ones are somewhat resistant to the cracking problem, since they're (supposedly, and there's been controversey over this) drilled by the factory instead of some guy who doesn't know what he's doing. I'm also interested in the slotted rotors (which don't look as "cool," but are apparently very effective and less prone to the problems of drilled rotors)... Here's one place that has them: http://www.evosport.com/product/brakes/brakes_ferrari.html Here's another place: http://www.eliteauto.ca/parts/ These are listed on ebay from time to time also, by Elite Auto (in Canada). Note that the evosport link indicates the rotors can be drilled and/or slotted... And by the brembo street applications, they say this again, but it seems to be an either/or deal, and slotted takes extra time. Fronts are listed at $189, rears at $204... That's $786 to do the whole trick, plus say $25 or so for shipping... Not bad, considering what Ferrari OEM rotors cost! Anybody run these rotors for a while? Thoughts on how they've been in the "long term"?