Scott: Thanks for the info. I do head up to Edison when I take the train into NYC. Do you know the name of the distributor up there?
30 Corporation Row Edison, NJ 08817
Place your order, by phone, at least 90 minutes before you go. This is a massive warehouse in a very industrial area. Make sure you're clear about the directions because it's easy to get lost. When you get there, you'll go to the office at the end of the road and give them your name. The person will take your money, give you a receipt and you'll go up a few doors to a ramp where someone will eventually appear. Be prepared to wait a bit. I waited for a half hour.
They've got one of the largest selection of flours that I've seen in all of NJ. We haven't talked too much about what style of pizza you prefer, but if you're looking to make NY style at home, you can't do any better than Spring King bleached/bromated, imo.
One thing to bear in mind, pretty much all the flour is in 50# bags. It will be around $18 for a 50# bag. Even if you only use half the bag and throw the rest out/give it away, you're still spending less than supermarket bread flour- and the product is just night and day superior.
As far as storing the flour goes, I've asked for covered plastic buckets at the bakery in my local supermarket (Shoprite) twice now and both times they had a large air tight covered bucket (4.25 gallon) waiting to be recycled. Offer to wash it out yourself. With some jiggling to get the flour settled, I can squeeze a 50# bag into two 4.25 gallon covered buckets.