I believe these are the ovens that FB are importing from Modena.Pavesi are offering a 10 yr guarantee.
I think the 'twister ' has a rotating deck and a 16.5" dome height if it is the same model as shown on the pavesi site? Depending on what type of pizza you want to make and the skill level of your labor would help determine if this is the best choice for you, IMO?
From your website you imply Neapolitan (wood fired )?
I personally wish all wood fired Pizza was Neapolitan,unfortunately it's not and there is a world of difference between a wood fired pizza in Rome and in Naples.I would say that it is the job of the Pizzeria operator in this country (as everywhere ) to educate his customers,to avoid confusion and further blurring the definitions of pizza styles.From your previous post you mentioned that you were not sure that you could use wood?That it seems would be a major problem as authentic neapolitan pizza does require a wood fired oven.I can't tell you how often I've been lured into an establishment advertising "neapolitan" pizza only to be dreadfully disappointed and never return as I was misled.
I'm sure you've done your homework and I wish you success.
Good luck with your venture,