Replace the pads with Carbotech pads when they come out (may already be out)--stop better, stay cleaner, and the dust is not corrosive. Ceramics are nice, but do lose some bite and stopping power.
I still will never understand why, at least as an option, you could not get a set of Brembo brakes similar to what comes on a Viper. Heck, if Chevy were worried about cost, I'd rather lose the production expense of the dry sump and pay for the brakes than the other way around. A car with any track pretensions should have great brakes--doubly so after Chevy heard the complaints made about the C5 Z brakes at the track....
2003 QS/MR Z06--sold
2004 MS/MR Z06--dead and gone
2004 TR/BL Z06--sold
2004 Blk/Blk Z06