Thank you for all the kind comments, I really appreciate it.
To bring a few more information to the table on the different ovens here are my comments.
- The 1350 sides are made of 2 back pieces from the 800 oven, 32"1/2 diameter, with 2 unique central pieces that ties the oven together. Also correct the depth of the 1350 of the cooking floor per say is 32"1/2, but 37" to the landing brick tiles.
- The 1500 sides are made of 2 back pieces from the 950 oven, 37"1/2 diameter, with 2 unique central pieces that ties the oven together.
As far as oven weight, it is important to not confuse the shipping weight and the oven weight. Oven weight is, or should be from my point of view, the refractory material that are going to create the thermal mass.
For example the 950 oven weight, no doors, no flue connector, no insulation, ... is at 960 lb. When it ships with the doors, flue connector and insulation, it brings the oven to 1400 lb.
Many manufacturer are deceiving and put the shipping weight but it is not the true oven weight as some of the weight they account for includes insulation, or grog for example ( over 350 lb ), and even the crate it is packaged in.