It cost $7.95 for the pizza.
Like most of the new fast casual pizza places, the pizza is more the size of a medium pizza rather than a personal pizza (11.5 inches compared to 12 inches for a medium and 6 inches for a personal pizza at Pizza Hut). Which means in some cases (basically if you like to pile on a lot of toppings), it's actually cheaper to get a pizza here than at one of the major pizza chains.
The whole wheat crust turned out a bit crispier than Pieology's regular crust. There was a thin crispy surface along the bottom from the middle to the edge. It doesn't have as much chew to it as the regular crust though. Unlike last time, there were some air bubbles from baking and the crust was better as a whole.
My addition of the meatballs wasn't all that impactful. They came in crumbled bits but provided a little meatiness here and there.
Overall, Pieology's Rustic Veggie Pizza on Whole Wheat Crust was pretty good. The crust in particular doesn't lack over their standard crust and might even be preferred by some. The topping combination works out rather nicely with a varied mix of tastes and textures (you might want to avoid or tinker with it if you don't like onions and bell peppers though).