Nice pics guys...Trader Joe's might want to consider using some of these to market their dough.
Back when I started out making pizzas Trader Joe's dough was all I ever used. Getting the dough right is one of the most difficult aspects of pizza and can be especially daunting for a beginner. TJ's is a perfectly good dough to start out with to practice your baking skills before moving on to homemade dough. While I take pride in making my own dough these days, I'll still use TJ's in a pinch as I did a couple of days ago.
Be aware that they seem to have changed their dough formula recently. I checked the list of ingredients on my dough ball and was surprised to see the addition of oil, sugar, and dough conditioner. Normally I steer away from anything containing the latter but I have to admit the taste and texture of the crust on the pie was pretty damn good. Pics are below. This was a 14" pie I baked using a combination of screen and stone for about 8 minutes at 550 F. Topped with sauce, baby spinach, mozzarella, feta, and balsamic marinated tomatoes.