I'm not too much into the mechanical end of my cars, I spent all of my time working with my Dad on the body shop side. I have a couple of questions. One of the guys who works with me feels my best first steps will be to change out the rotors and calipers on my Solstice. I understand the reasoning since the car has to stop at least as good as it accelerates or it's no good on tight bends. What I don't know is what size rotors and calipers should I be looking at. I don't race, don't plan to race, I just like to go around bends 20 mph faster than the average driver. What is available and is this a do-it-yourself project (I can turn a wrench) or is this a dealer change to maintain teh car's warranty? The obvious next question is what cost is associated with the swap? I'm not afraid to put $250 a wheel into the swap if I need to, I'm just not certain if that is where I need to go. Also, I was told to start looking for a shock tower brace for the front to stiffen the car. What are your thoughts? Is the car designed stiff enough as it is or will a brace be needed for my driving style? I know I'm asking some difficult questions since you don't know my full driving style and what exactly I'm looking for. I basically want a car that handles much better than my Miata when the road no longer is in a straight line. Thanks for the help and advise.