I love cooking pizza in my restaurant, we have a wood fired oven that we use for a variety of tasks, but mainly pizza. I keep the deck around 750 and our pizza's usually cook in about 2:30 seconds. I know its not really Neapolitan but its hard to classify, not cracker like either. My hydration rate is around 50%, and we use a 50/50 mix KA Special and a 00 flour. We mix until the gluten is developed and do a short rest then ball it and put it into the fridge for 24 hours. I pull out a few at a time to make the skins. Because we are short staffed we usually have a few skins on hand that just need to be topped.
our goal is to have virtually no rise, and a dough that can support a bunch of great and heavy California toppings with out sagging. I need to make a really strong dough that can stand up to the toppings and will like a 24/36 hour usability range.