What year is your Crosstour?All of us know about broblem with Crosstour OEM brake rotors.
This is your choose, but for me OEM rotors only for city, if I'll not achieve a success with it, I'll try something different.About 80% of your stopping load is on the front brake system. The front OEM rotors on the CT are fully vented. The OEM brake pads are not gaseous. So, cross drilling does very little, if anything, to handle the stopping load more efficiently. While the value of slotted rotors is very much in question, I just like them.
However, I do not use them on my track car. I use the OEM Honda rotor on the track with Hawk Blue brake pads. Works great. A lot of folks switched to drilled and slotted rotors for their S2000's after they bought one. I bought up their slightly used rotors for $15-20 per set. I've gone through 6 sets, have one on the car and 3 in reserve.
I'll stick with the OEM rotors on the CT, too.
I did not say that rotors will brake better then stock, I just said the rotors will brake with out judder, and I know many people who solved the problem with R1 Concepts rotors.I doubt you will have problems with them. I just don't think they will make any noticeable difference compared to stock. Those types of rotors are more for appearance than anything imo.