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I am with you Les! I haven't been to Tony's yet in SF but I have been to about half of the commonly cited "best" and for me the best commercial pizza is right here in San Antonio at Dough (new place in Dallas too). As great as his pies are, I can make dough that is IMO as good or better. The keys to superiority lie in small batches which facilitates precise handling and being made to be at its peak at a specific time (tomorrow between 5 and 7 pm, for example). I lust after some of his ingredients but pizza is ultimately about the dough. And that is to me where we can clearly beat "the best".