I wanted to revisit this particular pie and attempt some fine tuning. I picked up some queso fresco, a none aged crumbly cheese that doesn't melt with an acidic taste to counter the sweetness of the cherry tomato. As the pie is quite juicy from the tomatos roasting it must be eaten with a knife and fork, no crispy crust here, but no matter, just an outstanding taste from the cherry tomatos layed with basil and queso fresco. I gave half to my foodie friend Donita and she absolutely loved it. I agree with her. Completly different than any pizza I've ever made.
ps. If anyone who tries this method but doesn't want such a soggy crust do this: Use a throw away aluminum pie pan and poke some holes in the bottom and set on another pan and elevate slightly so the tomato juices drain out while baking. I may try that myself.