May I point out that a peel is for taking a pizza out of an oven (to peel it from the brick) and not for putting one in the oven.
That's not true, at least not for everybody. I've been in a zillion New York pizzerias where I've watched them put pizzas into the ovens with peels. Not only that, but for some of us, peels are a good way to get the pizza into the oven as opposed to other devices. I use my peel to get the pizza into the oven because it works better for me compared to other ways I could do it.
You shoud use a pizza board for building on. That is the way it is done correctly.
Again--you seem to have a set attitude about what should and should not be done. But in pizza making, especially *home* pizza making, there's often more than one way to skin a cat--or make a pizza. Not all of us a) have a pizza board, b) want to spend money on one, or c) find that making the pizza on a peel is any less valid a method than your pizza board method.
By the way, if the only correct way to build a pizza is on a pizza board rather than a peel, then why can I go to various pizza supply stores on the Internet and buy "makeup peels," which are used to build pizzas?
You have had a lot stick to the peel or have to use the mark of an amateur (corn meal) to keep it from sticking.
We're *all* amateurs here--except you, apparently. You say using cornmeal is the mark of an amateur; I'd say it's the mark of someone who's heard that it's a good way to prevent pizza from sticking to the peel--which it is. I used to use cornmeal too, until I realized that flour was a better way to do it--for me at least--because it didn't get all over the oven like cornmeal. There are other people who use cornmeal and are perfectly happy; more power to them.
As an aside--why communicate the information you have to share (that IS part of why you're here, right?) couched in words that denigrate the other people on this forum? I'm eager to learn from you, since you apparently are a "pizza pro" according to your website, but I'm not eager to be made to feel inferior about my own knowledge in the process.