I love really thin pizza bases and use the good housekeeping recipe
225g strong white bread flour, and extra for putting on surface. 1 packet of dried yeast 1 teaspoon of sea salt 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil and extra to put on pizza dough. 150ml water water (from the tap not a hot kettle)
Mix all the dry ingredients then slowly add water until it forms a soft dough, you probably won't need all the water. Knead for 10 minutes and then leave for about an hour. I then take 1/3 of it and roll it out really, really thin, and put that on some oiled kitchen foil, then top it and throw it on the foil on a hot pizza stone.
My standard base for a 12" pizza plate is a Delia recipe and I make it in the Magimix with the dough blade.
8oz bread flour 1 egg some olive oil sachet dried yeast salt and a pinch of sugar water
Get everything going except the water. Slowly pour in water a little at a time. When the dough clumps together and spins round the middle in a lump let it run for a short time before turning out onto a floured surface and giving an extra knead. Roll out until it's the right size.
Brush oil on top and then add toppings sparingly... too much and everything goes soggy. Set aside for about 30 mins before baking in a hot oven.