Well so far I have been amazed with the new Brother Scan and Cut. So far it has done what it says it can do. Last night I grabbed differant stamp sets and stamped on some white cardstock to see if I could cut them out. First of all everything has to have a SOLID line all the way around or else it will not recognize your image. A couple of sets I had to close up the lines. If your stamp is to busy then it will scan but it will not cut. I have not read the manual long enough to figure out if this will actually work. I also scanned a whole sheet of B&T paper from CTMH called FLIRTY and the scanner detected two flower sets and cut them out. It was a very precise cut. What I like is that once you scan your image do not remove your mat. Leave it in the scanner and it will cut it out where it is. I put a 0.4" border around the stamped image. I love that little white border it gives it. I also wrote some words with a fat SHARPIE PEN and as long as the letters are connected it will scan and cut. How awesome is that. I may have my grandchildren write their names out and scan and cut them so they can see how they wrote as small children. TFL!
Assorted stampsets..make sure all lines are closed.
Flirty paper pack. Zoom in and see how percise the cut was.