Ok, I have an 08 Tundra 4x4 5.7 DC with 43k on the clock. My factory front rotors where warped at 25k miles, so I decided to replace them so I went with the Napa ultra premium pads and rotors. Well they are warped again, I honestly don't drive the truck hard, mostly road mile have only pulled a bass boat about 5 times, and a camper once. But just to reiterate I really try to take it easy on the truck. My last truck was a 03 Chevy Z71 and I had the same problem with rotors, I have finally come to the conclusion that I think ceramic pads might produce less dust, but they don't bit nearly as hard causing you to have to press harder to produce enough braking power and I believe that this is what is causing the problem. I am sure this will spark a debate but to each his own I guess. But my main purpose behind this thread is to get some feedback on pad and rotor combos that other Tundra owners are using that actually have sustained amount of miles on them and they still perform well. I will add a caveat to the ceramic pad theory as well, I also think that over torqueing the wheels is a large contributing factor to early rotor warpage. I have already ordered Hawk LTS pads for the front and rear, but I am sincerely torn on what rotors to get, definatley not OEM, thinking about the Raybestos Advanced technology ones from Rock Auto, or the Power Slot rotors. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.