Recently at work they provided free Domino's pizza. I decided to give it a chance because of their "we don't suck anymore" advertising campaign and most importantly: it was free. I honestly wouldn't have known they changed anything if they hadn't told me. It sure tasted like the same bad crust that is neither thin enough to be NY style or thick enough to be pan or chicago crust. Same boring sauce, same dry, mealy rabbit pellet-looking sausage, same artificial tasting cheese. Who eats this stuff by choice? It isn't even that cheap. If I want bad chain pizza I can buy little caesars. Yeah, that is terrible too, but it only costs $5.
The only excuse for ordering Domino's is if there are no other pizza restaurants around and your oven is broken. Unless you live in the smallest of towns, I can just about guarantee you that there is a local Italian restaurant/pizza place that mops the floor with Domino's (and probably Pizza Hut and Papa John's too). Or I guess from reading the other posts, you get an exemption if you have Celiac disease because they offer gluten free crust. I can't imagine they use a separate oven, pans or pizza cutters though, so you are probably screwed anyway. If you don't have Celiac and you are ordering gluten free... you are misguided at best.