After deciding to open our first pizzeria the research for what oven to buy began. We came across the Zesto brand at the 2014 Pizza Expo show. We have a display kitchen and the visual style caught our eye first (the website photos do not do it justice). Second, the salesman was very knowledgeable and mentioned they could customize the unit by putting the controls facing the front rather than on the side where their display model had them. Another factor was the size, we have a narrow space to work with and the Zesto Space Saver ovens had the smallest depth dimension of all the brands we considered. And then there is the price, it was the most competitive of the major brands that had display ovens. The biggest hurdle in our decision was how well does it cook pizzas and we just could not find any reviews (good or bad) on the Zesto deck ovens. It seems that BP, Marsall, & Blodgett have the US market pretty well to themselves. I decided to contact the Zesto salesman we had met at the Expo months earlier and he actually remembered speaking to me about moving the controls to the front. It turns out that they build the ovens to order and that it did not cost any extra and they could have them shipped directly to us with in the time frame we needed. We wound up ordering the 312SS-O stacked on a 312SS-1. We received them on the date we had been told to expect delivered by the most charming Canadian truck driver who was very helpful. These ovens are very heavy, you'll need equipment and man power to unload and set them up. After having our plumber hook up the gas they fired up nicely. They seem to be very well built with heavy gauge stainless and quality valves and controls. We are now cooking pizzas and so far so good. Our pies come out with a crispy crust and perfectly cooked top with just the right amount of browning on the cheese. The stone decks seem to be fairly even regarding temperature. I'll do another review after they have been in operation for 6 months to a year.