I have a 2001 Silverado 1500 2WD with all-4 disc brakes. A couple of years ago I replaced the brake pads but all 4 rotors are still OE. In a couple of weeks I'll be replacing my hubs and bearings and while I'm down there with the whole wheel/rotor/hub/bearing assembly broken down, I'd like to go ahead and replace all my rotors and pads. I'm thinking about upgrading to some heavy duty or performance rotors but am curious if those are really worth it. My truck does not have a towing package so I don't really need the heavy duty rotors and my truck is by no means a race car so I don't really need the performance rotors either. I'm just thinking that if I'm going to replace them, why not upgrade them from OE incase I ever do put a towing package on there. The heavy duty ones make the most sense (if I ever install a towing package) but I also really like to look the of drilled/slotted rotors - and I do have aftermarket wheels. Is the extra cost worth it or should I just stick with OE-replacements? Is there a noticeable stopping power increase with performance rotors during daily driving?