Some folks aren't as picky as we are, Tenzing.:)<quoted text>
Standard home ovens won't get hot enough to make a truly good pizza, how hot does your pizza oven get? I want one but the only real ones are commercial grade and who's got that kind of room in their kitchen?
Mine is a brick oven, and we burn cherry wood, mostly. Some walnut. I bake pizza at roughly 500 - 600 degrees. I've got a decent-sized kitchen, but it's not huge or anything.
If you're interested, there's a company in California which makes really cool ones for home use, and they're not all that big.
Also, if you have a barbecue grill, you can make great pizza in that, with no additional investment. The learning curve is pretty fast, if you're willing to burn a couple frozen ones before you get it right...thaw them and oil the crust first, though. You just have to watch it closely.