If you're trying to figure out if it's feasible to offer counter service, rather than table service, in a wood-fired or coal-fired place, I'm all for it. I hate table service. It complicates things that should be simple, and it usually keeps me from getting my water refilled when I need my water refilled. I tend to avoid places that offer table service.
If I ever own a pizzeria, there will be no wait staff. To me table service is much more of a hassle than a service (both from a customer's perspective and from an owner's perspective). I see table service as merely a tool for operators to charge higher prices while paying lower labor costs (mainly by passing the unnecessary labor costs on to customers). Maybe table service is appropriate if a place is the best of the best, and if the quality of the service mirrors the quality of the product. But unless a place meets those criteria, just let me order at the counter, get my own drink, and fetch my own pizza when you call my number. (Or go ahead and bring it out to me, but without trying to make me feel like I'm obligated to choose to pay more for such a minor convenience.)