It occurred to me that the Chauflector in principle was a great idea, but lacked the tuning capability to direct flame exactly where needed, directly at the side of the pizza. I've hacked a $2.50 pizza spat that places the direct amount and precisely allows to tune the volume of the flame. The outstanding upside to this is that shuffling the pizza against the wall of the flame is no longer necessary. Once you drop it on the center sweet spot of the stone, it will accept the tuned flame equally. Rather than connecting the "Roflector" to the top stone , it is clipped to the bottom bracket closest to the flame and can be moved for lesser or greater intensity along the bracket that holds the hood/housing for the top stone. Everything fits back together as normal. The Roflector can be tuned even better as you can pitch the angle to your liking, and amount of flame downdraft as well. I just pulled the first pie and this was without cooked without shuffling. The first test appears evenly baked on edges and top.
The following photos show tuned Roflector, original, and pie. Once the rivets are cut from the spat, the Stainless Steel spat was simply heated over open flame on stove top and bent to a tolerance, snug fit for lower bracket. I also clipped the top of the spat for ease of pie launch.