IMO, rotation is very overrated. Get a tire that offers the grip you need and pay whatever that cost happens to be. If you like corners, don't go getting yourself a set of A/S tires, as they will let you down. They will be better at getting you out from behind your house, but that issue can be addressed with some gravel or other work.
Go to Tire Rack and hit up the Tire Decision Guide
and see what fits your needs. Just be true to your DRIVING needs, above whatever the cost may be. If these tires are in your budget... great! If not, I recommend you save up until you can afford them. After all, the tires are the ONLY thing, beyond you, keeping your car on the road.
As for specific sizes, OEM diameter is 25.6", so would look between a 255~265/35 up front and 275~95/30 out back. This will maintain speedo/ODO accuracy and good clearance from fenders.