When has an egg purchase had to make sense in the past? I'm in for one and I have a small and a mini. I have to hoard my toys before I have one or 2 of those little things running around and I have to buy toys for them.
Its a bunch of BS. At eggtoberfest for example all cooks use BGE charcoal and nobody has time to dump fresh lump and let an egg sit there 30 minutes. We stir the coals, load it, and 10-15 minutes later its being cooked on again and there's never any issues. I see people on here saying they wait 45 minutes to an hour to put food on. That's crazy to me. I have used RO on and off for at least 5 years and gone through an easy 1000-1500 pounds of it and never once had an issue and I'm usually cooking 20 minutes after lighting the egg. My only complaint about RO is sometimes there's alot of small pieces but that's very rare if you are getting the 18 pound bags.
The problem is the plate setter was direct. Your egg was at 700 and your plate setter was probably 900. You need a stone over the plate setter and find a way to raise it in the dome. Publix pizza dough I preheat the stone at 500 for 30 minutes then put the pizza on and open the vents fully. Pizza takes about 10 minutes.