If you want to do a turkey, yeah, you're going to need the raised one
That was a running joke around here last year. I have baked some bread in ours, and roasted veggies, and we bought a Tuscan grill for meat but hubby had to cut the legs almost off to get it to fit in ours. If you want the versatility to do larger things, you will probably need the extra height, but then, I can't speak to cooking Neapolitan pizza in that size. I can easily put two half-sheets of veggies in to roast, so horizontal room is good, but it's a low ceiling to maneuver under. I have used a smaller dutch oven but my bigger ones don't fit. For outdoors, the refractory interior might be fine - for indoors, the brick interior was a must for me. I'm assuming you read about our floor issues and are ready to address same if needed?