By the way, I don't recommend anything other than OEM pads. The Galfers shown in the video lasted half as long as the OEM pads and ate up both of my disks in the process.
Respectfully, i'd submit: there's Galfers, and then there's Galfers
I first installed OEM pads with my 320-mm EBC rotor, for the advantage of long life. However, when I compared the surface of my rotor with that of a riding partner with the same oversized rotor (55,000 miles on his '08), my rotor looked like an old 78 rpm phonograph record by comparison! It was GROOVY, Man!
Thus, I changed to Galfer Greens myself. The stops may be a little smoother, and the pads treat the rotor more gently. Yet, these aftermarket pads appear to wear faster than the OEM pads.
So, yer pays yer money, and yer takes yer cherce. No free lunch. I'd only point out, Galfer makes pads with a number of different friction materials, each with different characteristics.
Safe-siding? Going with OEM pads assures known stopping force and mileage, as well as fit. The Galfer Greens appear to abrade the rotor less, in my observation and experience, but wear faster.