Thanks. I have found a few others that I'd like to try. One of the main problems is that pizza is such a subjective thing. I guess I'm not really looking for a "good" recipe. I'm looking for a recipe that I will like, and that might be difficult to find.
1) Try to identify WHAT you like about a particular sauce: texture, saltiness, spice, herbs, etc.
Herbs: oregano (turkish OR Mexican), basil (fresh or dry), thyme, majoram, etc.
Garlic: fresh (crushed or chopped), powder, granulated?
Pepper: Black, white, crushed red, cayenne?
Oil: Does the sauce have oil (i.e. is it "orange" instead of "red?") Olive, soybean?
Cheese? Parm or Romano?
2) Next, decide on a tomato base that you like: Crushed, puree, whole chopped, etc. If you like crushed, try several brands.
3) Obtain a 28-oz can of the tomatoes you like and experiment with different combinations of spices/herbs. Obtain a dozen small plastic containers. In each, prepare a "micro batch" with a given combination of ingredients. Make several. TAKE DETAILED NOTES.
4) LET THEM SIT OVERNIGHT IN THE FRIDGE TO MELD THE FLAVORS.
5) The next day, taste and compare. If you find one or two you like, repeat the exercise, but tweak the ingredient proportions until you get what you want.