You can get performance rotors and pads for $250 shipped... Do not get Chrysler replacement parts!! They will warp in no time.. BTW, it's not necessarily the mechanics that are bad, it's the Service Managers and the parts they have to work with that should steer you away.. Most service managers are told to do the most profitable repair, not the easiest or cheapest. That means replacing bad parts with an OEM part that's double the aftermarket price and half the aftermarket quality... If you can start doing your own work, I'd highly recommend it. Start small and work your way up as your confidence grows. You'll save a ton of money, and you'll be learning a valueable tool that can be used for the rest of your life..
2000 Z71 Tahoe (mine) - Magnaflow, UPD, ASP, CFM-Tech, Superchips, Transgo, BFG, JBL, JL Audio
2002 TJ-X (hers) - 4.0, 5 speed, 3.73's (open), 2" BB with 32" BFG AT's on AR23's, Turbo City intake, 180* t-stat with highflow housing, and a Magnaflow 14" catback with straight pipe (can you say loud?)..