I presume the issue of front rotor repairs is a Service negative or if rotar replacement is the alternative, wouldn't the rear set of rotars need to be replaced also if the change up is to slot/drilled aftermarket rotars? I don't have judder problems yet on my '05 SE, but I can assume from all the discussion here that it is inevitable. The Armada is an outstanding effort by Nissan to compete with large SUV market. It looks better than anything on the street as big because of it's unique proportions and aggressive styling. It's a little difficult to understand why, with all the tech and reserach done by the design engineers for this vehicle that there has not been an immediate high quality fix for the braking system. I intend to purchase a set of high quality slot/drilled rotors that will work with the existing pads and components and have the Dealer Service do the installtions as no cost. Granted there may be warranty issues, but anything would be better than re-cutting rotors having constant deterioration with heat build up and warping. It's a matter of confifence and safety. It's my world road beast, and has do everything in transportation for me. It deserves the best. Any additional comments are appreciated.