The pitch for thin crust is that it lets you get more flavor from the toppings without letting a bunch of sticky dough get in the way. I think that makes sense in principle, but it only works well if the toppings are actually good.
There’s a whole universe of pizza, and the different styles showcase different aspects.
Deepdish is good if you have amazing sauce, new york style is great if you have really delicious toppings, the medium-thick crust pizza common everywhere (the domino’s and pizza hut standard style) is good if you have good dough and cheese (which pizza hut and domino’s don’t).
Honestly, I’m not much of a fan of Neopolitan style pizza, because it’s usually just too soggy and wet and overladen with toppings, although Neopolitan pizza can be very tasty, just a messy hassle to eat. If I want to use a fork and knife I’ll eat a casserole.