I have been a big fan of Brembo rotors for years. I used to work for a Brembo distributor and I've seen first hand what a difference high quality rotors can make. Seen many cheap rotors come back with complaints. I've had good luck with others, but when I'm able to use Brembos I never hesitate. Raybestos and Wagner pads have always worked well for me.
Btw, drilled rotors are a waste. The heat cycling of daily driving can make them crack. Slotted rotors are the better way to go if you must have something 'racey.' And don't use "race" pads on a street car. They need a lot of heat in them to work and your daily driver will stop worse with race pads than normal street pads.
Most important, use a torque wrench on your wheel nuts to make sure they're tightened evenly. This simple step goes a long way in prolonging the life of your rotors.
Some of this may be preaching to the choir, but thought I'd throw it out for the newbs in the audience.