I'm going to answer your question about CB brakes, Stan.
I didn't get them because I knew about three hub failures: a spyderclub dude who's name escapes me, Jack Crosby, and Cory Drake. And now yours, which makes me glad I stayed away.
I also wanted the front and rear to match looks and brand and function. So Airkewld. Yes, they are expensive. I could have gone CSP, but getting parts from Germany is less attractive than Arizona. $75 a rotor, front or rear. And CSP parts are pricy and you need to go through either Pierside Parts or direct from the fatherland $$$$$$$$.
I had my CSP solid rotor front/stock drums fade at 80 going into a corner and it scared the crap out of me. They make a vented rotor front, but it's a different hub and caliper bracket so completely new kit. And about as pricy(front or rear) as Airkewld or worse. The rears are 1500-1600, fronts around 1200-1300.
The coolest feature of Airkewld is that you can change the bolt pattern. Want 5 x 205 or 5 x 130? Yep, I can do that. 4 lugs you can't, but any 5 is possible.
I really like the 4 piston Wilwood in the front, and the availability of pretty much any pad you'd like.
I do wish there was a light caliper for the back with ebrake, but other than that, they work extremely well. It appears that all brands use the same rear caliper with ebrake...