Thanks for posting. They do indeed look very yummy!
I am not big Neopolitan afficionado, but from the pizzas of that genre that I have sampled, I find them to often be less flavorful than the American counterparts. From what I've found in examining true Neopolitan pie, the ingredients are simple. There are not much, if any, herbs or spices added to any of the ingredients. Hence, the sauce tends to just be tomatoes (no oregano, garlic, onion, etc.) and the only thing that might impart some flavor are the toppings. Similarly, a true Neopolitian crust from what I've been able to discern is simply flour, yeast, water, and salt. No sugar, no oils/fats, no dairy, period. From that angle, I find our American taste buds have craved something that is beyond what the Neopolitan pizza has to offer. Of course, other regions of Italy may have added spices to their versions of pizza, and so as with everything else in America, we have a melting pot of what is called pizza.
That all being said, I would still chow down on couple slices of those pies.