Hi all! I've had a discussion about papercrafting with a co-worker and it made me remember that there are plotter/cutter machines in existence. As my recent models were such monstrocities in terms number of cuttable parts, that I've seriously started thinking about buying one. Could you share any experience on them? As in how problematic they are to use? Which ones actually work for paper? (I usually work with 150-180 gsm matte photo paper) Which ones should I avoid? etc. The ones I looked at so far are the - Cricut Explore Air 2 looks good, but the reviews on amazon are abysmal, mostly because a web based, subscription required software. - Brother Scan N Cut: according to this thread this thread that I should avoid these - Silhouette Cameo 3 this one looks the most promising so far, and I did find sellers in Europe for it which is great -Edit: or just buy this Silhouette Portrait 2, looks like it can handle A4 paper and costs a fraction. Anyone has any advice, anekdote, warning that could help me?