Thank you for the additional information. I am actually glad that you decided to start this thread, for several reasons. As you know, we have many members who have only their home ovens to bake pizzas. It might be that they have limited resources and cannot afford to purchase or build any other kind of oven that would be more suitable or preferred, or maybe there are safety and other restrictions where they live (including those dictated by apartments or condominiums) that forbid the use of ovens on balconies and the like. In some cases, members may not have the skills or specialized knowledge needed to build their own ovens even when they can afford the materials.
As you know, you can't take any dough and assume that you can easily bake it in any oven, including a standard home oven. Your opening posts make this clear. Making the dough and oven work harmoniously together to make a quality pizza can take a fair amount of work and creativity, much as you demonstrated in your opening posts. Since you have invited the members to share and discuss tips and tricks to get the most out of their home ovens, I hope that members will contribute ideas to this thread. I plan to do so myself, based on my own experience and the experiences of other members who have written on the subject and whose work I have also reported on from time to time over the years. If the thread becomes sufficiently developed, I think the thread would be a good candidate to become a "sticky" to which members can be referred for advice and tips on how they can use their home ovens to make quality pizzas.