Avoid slotted and drilled. Most are made improperly, and will only crack on you. Not to mention they offer no improvement in braking for 99% of applications.
Do you need rotors? drums? I highly doubt it. (depends on miles, and if they are warped, etc.)
might resurface them, but depending on the miles on them, I kinda doubt you need new ones.
Have you checked the thickness of the rotors/drums?
Have you checked the pad thickness front and rear, you will generally go through a front set of pads 2-3x before you run through a set of rear shoes.
If you hate brake dust, look @ Ceramic pads.