I'm using it with BALIUS1 and A5 Front, and I'm already using Quantity:I have about 4 more sets. They are available for most car models, and even if your car doesn't have sporty brake pads, you can still use them for sports driving. The braking power is inferior to that of a circuit car, but it stops well enough for public roads, and I have no complaints about the control. If I had to pick a weakness, I would say that the life seems a little short, but if you consider the braking power and trade off, I think the life is reasonable. I use it on my Balius, and I think it is a very reliable pad for public road use, even on a Large SS. The aggressiveness to discs is not a concern at all, and seems to be lower than OEMPad. Overall, I would recommend this product because of its low price and lack of drawbacks. If I had to say, a cheaper Pad might be fine, as it might be a little overspecifications if it's an unpowered vehicle and you're just driving around town. On the other hand, the Pad is a bit unreliable when driving on a circuit, so it should have more braking power.