Yep, bought one of these after I started making my own pizzas and the difference is night and day. Super easy to use, super easy to clean, only downside is the size but it's flat enough to not be too much of a problem. Also nifty for cutting other things.
A stone or a steel are great, better than the various baguette gadgets than exist IMO. So much of breadmaking is about managing heat and the thermal mass of a stone means I don't mind leaving my oven open a bit while I rotate or spray or whatever I need to do.
I also am a weirdo that likes to stick a thermometer in my bread while it's baking, so that I can precisely control how it's baked. I use a relatively cheap grill thermometer for this (one with the wire probe and separate readout). This has made for very consistent loaves, and I've experience no noticeable negative effects (other than the occasional burn from touching the hot probe with my forearm.
A bread lame is a nice thing to have, but honestly I still just use the bare razor blades a lot because they're very convenient.
If you're into croissant making (which I highly recommend trying, it's not hard, and just takes good planning), a pizza cutter (rolling is fine, but I like the ones that are the large curved ones like this (not an affiliate link or anything). Great for getting a nice straight cut.
Interesting. When we used a rock n roll style cutter, I could never go back to the wheel style. I even bought one for my home 14” Pizza Cutter by Kitchenstar | Sharp Stainless Steel Slicer Knife - Rocker Style w Blade Cover | Chop and Slices Perfect Portions + Dishwasher Safe – Premium Pizza Oven Accessories https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXXD7QS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZMPJ2X5RG8QN7YSA78BH?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
A rocker pizza cutter. Quickest way to get perfect slices without fucking up the cheese and toppings. I make pizza a few times a week and will never go back to slicing with a knife.
I like these! mine has a wood handle
Might fit one of these.