After some deliberation, the standard cheesesteak with Cheez Whiz was selected from a limited menu that includes "The Heater" ($9.50), a specialty steak boasting hot sauce and "buffalo wing cheddar" cheese. We figured it was better to try something that's not hiding behind such boldly flavored toppings.
The man-size portion of meat that gave our sandwich considerable heft was sliced (as opposed to chopped), the way it should be in a cheesesteak. Quantity-wise, it was impressive; quality-wise, not so much. Not that the meat was flavorless. It just wasn't as tasty as that offered by the places (e.g. Geno's, Tony Luke's, Steve's) that define Philly's signature indigenous delicacy. Same with the cheese, which was kind of bland.
And there's no question the too-soft, uninteresting roll fell short of those served by Philly's finest cheesesteakeries.
The standard offering at Campo's is adequate, but calling it "Philadelphia's Cheesesteak" is like calling the 76ers "Philadelphia's Team."