The RT66 rotor offers excellent performance using the 6-bolt international standard mounting system. The stainless steel braking surface's unique shape and vents keep things cool under extreme conditions and help keep the pads surface free from build up.
The RT66 is a great rotor but maybe you're looking for Shimano's high end Ice Tech rotors. Price Point carries a large selection of Shimano rotors including versions that have Ice Tech.
Though a little heavier than some of the other rotors out there, this Shimano rotor is very sturdily constructed. Being a horrible mountain biker, I brake a lot so it's nice knowing that I can trust in my brakes and rotors. Lots of wear but still in excellent shape.
I have several of these on my bikes: 2 203mm rotors, and 1 180mm rotor. All of them work very well, look cool, don't weigh much, and even under long, hard braking, I've never had issues with these getting overheated and glazing over. I use these with my SLX M666 brakes and have no complaints with their performance and fit. There is one issue. Although 2 came from the factory perfectly straight, the third one, one of my 203 rotors, did not. Normally this isn't an issue as rotors can be easily straightened, but for whatever reason, I have not been able to get that rotor to get true and stay true.