Well I've decided to get started on the stand construction so that I may actually have pizza by the fall when the weather outside is tolerable. Attached are the pictures of the first level for my stand. I decided to locate the oven to the right side of my foundation and utilize the available space on the left to incorporate a brick housing for a grill that I will purchase. Since the grill will have open flames I didn't want it on the right side next to the garage wall. Does anyone see any problem with the oven being that close to the wall? All the flames will be contained inside the oven, and with adequate insulation there should be no significant heat transfered through the housing wall, right? All comments and suggestions welcome. Thanks!