And I also know from my own experience and talking with a rare commodity (an honest auto mechanic). Pitting and re-surfacing of your rotors is a total sham. The net effect on your braking performance is negligible and you are doing it for cosmetic purposes. The pitting that is on the rotors can slightly reduce the surface area for the brake pad to contact, but the metal rotor also wears away in use so any pitting general is removed by wear over the course of 4-5 good stops. But the removal (re-facing) of your rotors removes more material that greatly reduces the life of the rotors as well as their ability to dissipate heat also will reduce the stopping distance. along with the brake pads don't always wear totally even, so as they wear they bed to the rotor so the two surfaces are matched to each other. As you resurface the rotor, then it will have a different matched surface to that of the pad, so you will also lose far more stopping distance as the brakes re-bed. So when you add up all the pros vs cons, it turns out far better to just leave the brakes alone and just stop a bit harder to let the pad ware away the metal rotor to a more clean finish.
But these are Hybrid vehicles and if you read the other thread about one pedal driving, you'd see that we don't really use the rotors all that much so I don't know why anyone would really be all that worried about rust or how pitted they are as the stopping power of the rotor is likely multiple times more than what is ever needed to stop.
2018 Niro EX - Ocean Blue
GTA - Canada.