We just ate them as is without re heating but usually we eat them hot, just gets dark too early to cook late now. I am not sure which brand the cheese is, I buy them at a local Italian deli. The price for the cheese is around $6 canadian for 250g. The buffalo mozz is around $10. I agree with Mo I should have used some more cheese but I only had 2 250g mozz balls. One of those pizzas are a marinara since i ran out of cheese. The marinara was actually very good, i love the garlic with the evo and the tomatoes. I was also thinking maybe not holding the pie to the ceiling as long as I did at the end but I was concerned about too much moisture form the fresh cheese on the pizzas. The oven was running very hot and they were probably around 90 second cooking times. The oven I use is unfortunately an alan scott style which does the job but requires a lot of wood to keep the temp up. I was keeping the fire blasting while baking and using oak and alder for fuel but with this oven design its not always a steady heat. I will one day build a proper round oven and I also made a post showing the work I have done on it up until now.. just need some more time to afford a property in which I can build it.