About 2 months ago I purchased Brembo cross drilled rotors along with Aem pads for my ITR. I did the whole proper break in procedure and drove the car around in stop and go traffic noticing that they didn't brake as well as the stock system did. But I was told it had to brake in and the rotors might have some oil's left on it (when they ship them) and it would take time to break in. So I proceeded to drive the car normally in stop and go traffic anxiously waiting for the day I could take em out on an autocross. So to make a long story short I was on the highway and wanted to test it out a bit so I broke fairly hard they broke okay but still not what I hoped for then I started driving again and I needed to get off on an exit so I stomped on it again and my steering wheel started shaking. I was like they can't be already warped from just that. So I checked the rotors and saw that the front two rotors had what looked like black hot spots arond the middle of the whole rotor. The rears were fine. Now I spent alot of money on what was supposed to be the best rotors on the market and this happens. Any one have some info on what it could be? Could swapping the left and right rotors incorrectly cause this? Or do I possibly have some bad rotors from the manufacturer? Any input would be greatly aprreciated. Thanks!