How many miles do you have on the current set of pads and rotors - are they the original?
Turning the rotors is old school and with the new materials that are being used on the rotors not the best idea - you can just put new pads - BUTT - the best route would be to put new rotors on as well as new pads - rotors wear down as well as the pads and sometimes when to turn them they can warp easier and you'll end up replacing them anyway - just do it right and replace both!
It's only money that going to stop you!
If you don't track the car and it is used primarily for street driving both normal and some aggressive driving (come on you have too) you can run a ceramic pad, there quiet and almost dust free.
Going fast means nothing when you can't stop - don't over look the most important system on the car!