Ok guys, I have a problem with my 02 Chevy Silverado 1500. I hurt my leg a few months ago and I cannot change my brakes myself. My brakes were worn out and my rotors were wearing thin. My plans were to replace them with performance slotted rotors and performance pads since I have 35" tires I wanted more stopping power, but plans changed when I got hurt. So I did what I had to do, I took my truck down to Les Schwab and spent $1000.00 on 4 new rotors, 8 new pads, and their remanufactured calipers. They drained the fluid and bled the brakes after. Now my brakes feel more squishier then they did when I had more worn out rotors and pads. I can't think of any reason why they would feel like this, so I took it back to Les Schwab and they bled the brakes again. He told me there is a wear in period because of the gunk that comes on the new rotors, but why would this gunk cause my brake pedal feel squishy and go 3/4 way down to the floor? Hopefully someone can shed some light on new brakes from Les Schwab and tell me this is normal and it will go away... if not hopefully you can explain something I can have Les Schwab do to fix it! Thank GM guys.