My question to you is this.. how were you able to obtain an oven temperature of 720 degrees? I'm wondering if you actually have an outdoor brick oven for this purpose, or possibly a deck oven which I generally thought never reached higher than about 625 degrees Fahrenheit. Or perhaps you may have used the auto-cleaning cycle of your home oven to bake that gorgeous pizza with, something I (you may have as well) learned from Jeff Varasano's NY pizza blog. If the latter option was the actual method that you used, would you please explain to me how I might be able to remove the lock of my oven door and prevent the electronics from citing an error? Jeff says he uses a rolled-up length of aluminum foil to achieve this purpose, which he wedges in position of the lock and with the other end overlapping outside the door to the oven. I realize that this could very well be the opposite of what you did, and perhaps I might be able to seek his advice on this topic but so far have not. But just in case you have used this method yourself, how might I be able to accomplish this? I'm not very mechanical
but I could probably do it if I was given a more detailed list of instructions. Sorry if my reply was a bit asinine.
Keep up the AWESOME work!!!