What's your use case?
Unless you need a portable oven and a Blackstone isn't an option I haven't seen anything to suggest that either Pizzacraft oven is worth $150.
Although I may get a Blackstone one day, I bought a PizzaQue because of the portability. I want to be able to take it to work to cook pizzas for co-workers and to homes of friends and family.
I purchased a PizzaQue for $179.99 at Home Depot (199.99 – Veterans 10% discount) and then used free gift cards received on Black Friday to get the price below $100.
I did not feel it was heating properly. It might have been my fault because there is a specific sequence to fire the oven that I may not have been following.
I called Customer Service and they replaced it with a Pizzeria Pronto. Following lighting instructions this time around, the Pizzeria Pronto heats faster that the PizzaQue. Again, it may have been operator error.
The stone heats to over 600 (infrared thermometer) in about 20 minutes without any mods. On the last cook the thermometer needle hit the 900 mark but I don’t know if it was accurate or not. Bake time is about 5 minutes, which I think is consistent with a 600-650 stone temperature.
Since the heat is directly from the bottom and there is an air gap around the stone, there is heat leakage around the front area and on top of the stone through the perforated heat shield. Adding a stone or steel on top and/or sealing the air gaps around the front of the stone may/should make it more efficient.