TWO DOCKERS??? I'm floored. Most people come back with the "deer in the headlights" response when i mention dockers, and I've finally found someone with more than I have (and I have a lot of "stuff). Back on point ,if you don't dock the dough you end up with pita pockets that have a tissue paper thin top cap, which nobody likes...except for maybe someone in a third world country. From what you describe, you probably created those already.
I'll reiterate that any good bread dough recipe can be used to make thins. I love the rye ones for corned beef and ham sandwiches. Try one or two of my recipes and let me know what you think of them. Oh, and be sure to post some pics of your first successful sandwich thins.
I noticed where you're from, and it reminded me of a trout fishing trip I made back in Feb '09 to Tullahoma. My most significant accomplishment was feeding a dozen crazy hunters/fisherman with some Yankee baking. they still talk about the great Italian bread I made for them.
Oh, I also caught a nap in the sunshine on the Duck river. Something I never expected to do in FEBRUARY in Tennessee.