Just a heads up to anyone who is/was interested...I received my pre-seasoned (by the seller) pans from Detroit Style Pizza Co. late last week. They look great!
They look... beautiful. I've been seasoning my pans a lot the last couple of weeks (I don't make pizza all that often; hard to get ingredients here). But I've been working on building up a slick surface on my two Roselli pans. It's not hard work, but it takes time and smoke. Yours look like two weeks of work for me!
For the non-believers, frequent users, and the people laughing at me: yes, I've been seasoning my pans without using them. Like I said above, I don't make pizza all that often (in fact for a couple on months, I'd thought I'd fried my 110 VAC mixer with 220 VAC current, but luckily I was wrong). My lovely cast iron skillet and Dutch oven are lovely seasoned due to lots of use. My two pizza pans, not so much. So I've been faking it. Every time I use the oven for any purpose, in go my pizza pans with a fresh coat of oil. And let me tell you, the difference between a single seasoning and the multiple seasonings is huge. It's like a layer of polymer (actually, it quite literally is a layer of polymer).
So now I wonder if Detroit Style is selling used pans as "pre-seasoned." Because if they are, then, I'm definitely in the market. I'm arriving on home leave next week, and I'd be willing to have a few more (although I don't make pizza often, when I do, I need a lot).
And... I think I'll try out the new Detroit Style while I'm home!