American Flatbread Pizza
If you get a chance to visit the resturants, go. I drive 60 minutes to visit them. It's worth it to me. Watching the wood-fired clay oven in action is a great event for large and small groups. And the fresh local ingredients make it worth going back for. Check out their website for a couple of the locations. www.americanflatbread.com . As for the frozen pizza, it's still a great healthy pizza.
so I tried the American Revolution variety of American Flatbread pizza. It only took 7 minutes to bake in the oven and the crust was the best part. Toppings was cheese, carmelized onions and mushrooms but I felt like they could have put more. Overall, worth the one time experience.
If you are speaking of the frozen stuff - its definitely good for frozen. I am personally quite tired of it - it gets old quick for me. I think its probably worth $5-6, but I think the Red Baron, DiGiorno stuff should be around $2-3...I would definitely prefer a fresh local pizza to a frozen American Flatbread if you have a solid pizza joint nearby.