Jim and Andrea are close personal friends. They're running a business, not trying to make the pizzamaking.com crowd happy. I'm pretty sure that they aren't advertising what they make as Neapolitan pizzas either.
I make really good pizza, in the Neapolitan style. Luckily for me, I don't have to constrain myself to any B.S. VPN "rules" and can apply my knowledge of food and my creativity to every, naturally leavened pizza I make. Again, I make really good pizza and I know it.
I also live in the best town in Indiana, a little 3x1 mile slice of heaven smack dab in the middle of the dunes Nat'l park. If you were teletransported to where we live, you would NEVER think you're in Indiana. Huge, untouched sand dunes, gorgeous, empty beaches, wildlife and plant life that is unique to the area and a strong sense of community.
Most everyone in town views rolling stone as a real asset and a great option for a quick bite to eat.
Heck, just Sunday, my wife, baby and I cruised our golfcart down to the pizza truck and ordered a "lovely rita" and "choke and shroom." They were tasty, hit the spot and was terribly convenient. I wasn't expecting my pizza or TX Craigs pizza, I was expecting exactly what I got and it was good.
I don't see the sense in slamming them and then bragging about it on here but if it makes you feel good, I guess you can knock your rocks all you want.
BTW, I also just loaned them my large smoker on a trailer so now they'll be able to smoke 24 shoulders in one go.
I encourage anyone to see one of their gorgeous Studebaker's (I'm a car guy and recently sold my '60 Lark) to stop and try one of their flatbread pizzas on for size, just don't expect it to be a Neapolitan pizza.