Thanks for all the help guys!!!! FWIW, my brake lines are extended lines made of Braided Stainless Steel. They were included as part of the Pro Comp Lift.
I tried calling Rotor Pros yesterday but I was too late due to the time zone difference. I called Brake Warehouse today and they spec'd out the exact same Posi-Quiet configuration as posted above through R1 except it was gonna cost about $200 more.
So this boiled down to me wondering about the difference between the Ceramic and Extended Wear pads so I called Centric (the mfgr of Posi-Quiet) directly and asked them. The Tech Support rep said they recommend Ceramic for the Nissan Final Brake Fix and newer. He said the Extended Wear option was only for the 2004-2005 models that haven't had the final brake fix done.
So, I went ahead and placed my order with R1 Concepts since they're running a sale that includes free shipping.
SKU TITLE QTY UNIT PRICE
105.10410 NISSAN ARMADA 2005 Rear Brake Pads - Posi Quiet Ceramic 105.10410 1 - $41.95
105.11830 NISSAN ARMADA 2005 Front Brake Pads - Posi Quiet Ceramic 105.11830 1 - $53.50
EDS.42090 NISSAN ARMADA 2005 Front Brake Rotors - Cross-Drilled & Slotted EDS.42090 1 - $131.20
UPS Ground Paypal Subtotal: $226.65
--Free Shipping (Free Shipping above $150) -$30.71
Oh, and as I asked all of them if the slotted +cross drilled affected pad wear different than just cross drilled, they all said "not really, it does help with stopping a little better but doesn't wear the pads any faster enough to be noticeable."
R1 Concepts reminded me they have a 1-yr satisfaction guarantee so he said I can return them in free exchange for the non-slotted if I don't like them.
Guess we'll see....
(Update 5-mos later: Mar 2010) I've had no problems with these rotors at all. Absolutely NO Dust, no signs of wear, but there is a little bit of noise kinda like quiet delivery truck brakes that sounds typical of Cermaic Pads to me. I ordered a pair of replacement semi-metallic Front pads that I might change out sometime later to alleviate that little bit of noise and compare the difference, but the rotors seem to be doing very well so far.