Sounds like very good value, but.........I used a few budget cutters getting at best erratic results and spoke to many framers before deciding that this is yet another area where you get what you pay for. I have zero tolerance for poorly cut mounts (how crazy is it when you see a framed image for £250 and the mount looks like it was cut by bandsaw?) However, Lec McClean gave them a good write up, so he would know better than I. All I will add is that I bought a Keencut Artist plus and cutting PERFECT mounts took next to no time. It demands little concentration and the results leave the only thing that might get criticism being my images - just the way it should be!! Dont forget, if you print large images, the cost of museum board can be a real issue if you muck up the mounts 50% of the time. If you want perfect results on a budget, I would reccommend finding a discount framer (like the ones who produce thousands of pre-cut mounts/frames in the store) and find out if they have computer controlled cutters. Some will cut mounts for about £2 per mount if you supply the board. Each will be perfect. I used to do this and stopped when I came up against deadlines and also to facilitate more 'ongoing' work when I only needed one here, one there, making it a pain to travel for one mount. It can take time to find a decent framer like this (they may well do the mount cutting/framing at an industrial unit). Quality mount cutters also hold their value very well indeed. I know it is a completely different league, but the Artist starts at about £250, increasing the more add ons you have. The blades can also be very expensive for some of the cheap cutters, increasing the temptation to use less than sharp blades. For the Keencut, about £18 buys a 1000 blades.