Hey Charlotte Sailor, good to hear from you again as you've not visited here too often lately. Hope things are well for you down in Ft. Myers. Your disagreement is noted and that's fine as we all see and experience things differently. I, too, spent decades in the Flossmoor, IL area, knew Joe Aurelio, and had his pizza very frequently. Did you know that the owners of the Naples Aurelio's are former Flossmoor area residents, too? And they also do a wonderful job with their special brand of pizzamaking -- but its slightly different from the Ft. Myers restaurant. I used to get all my take home "frozen" Aurelio's pizzas from the Naples location, but my family has just a little preference for those made at the Ft. Myers restaurant.
Just for your information, my wife, family members, and friends had been at the Ft. Myers location on a number of occasions and we experienced nothing like the "saltiness" thing that you did. Matter of fact, I added a little salt to the "square" pieces of pizza that I took and ate there. I know . . . go figure. Maybe someone was too heavy handed with the salt container that day. I know, too, that they changed (they say . . "improved") their crust formulation for use with conveyor ovens and cutter pans and despite that I think they do a pretty good job at turning out a pretty good pizza product. Maybe its time to give them another chance. Or the Naples location is excellent, too.
All I remember is . . . . the pizza that I last had at the Ft. Myers location was super excellent. My earlier is report is at http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,9706.0.html
Add -- I do think it was ridiculous that the store manager did not attempt to make some sort of accommodation for you. It just makes smart business sense.