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The quantity of information on this site is almost overwhelming. You will have plenty of time to make, and then change, your plan along the way. You probably already downloaded the Pompeii plans form this site, they are quite good. Have fun!
Welcome to the forum Dennis. I've put a link below to Lee Burou's awesome list of information and links to some of the best documented builds on this site. It's well worth the time to read through these threads.
If you're really hankering to make & bake a WFO pizza in the very near future and don't want to "cut bricks", take a look at the modular systems offered by Forno Bravo...they really are well designed and fairly priced.
I've looked for more folks in WNY, and had come up empty - welcome. This is the place!
I'm going to try and cast a WFO this year. I live in the southern tier, but work in the Buffalo area frequently. Let me know if you find some good material suppliers locally.