Update, I was in the area for work, so I decided on taking another trip.
Bottom line- much better than my first trip. Far less oregano and far less salt. Really really good. Not Joe's 1990 good, but still, for what's available now, phenomenal.
I went around lunch time (before was close to closing), so, as John proposed, this could be a time of the day thing. I watched as the guy was topping the skin and, apparently, the oregano is one single throw- on mine, the distribution was perfect, but I can see how this method might produce uneven areas.
When they back off the oregano, a really clean uncluttered tomato taste shines through. I tend to prefer somewhat sweet sauces, but I really enjoyed the tartness of the tomato combined with the sharpness of the romano. I think this combo works a tiny bit better with San Marzano's (L&B), but this was still pretty sublime.
It's interesting, in many ways, this is a very similar pizza to Best. It's basically Best + a little more cheese (Grande) + a little oregano. And that little bit of oregano makes such a world of difference. Best has a slightly better crust, so if they ever got their toppings straight, they'd win hands down, but, as the pizzas stand now, pizza town is a clear winner.