I bought a Cricut last year while on holiday in Canada (one of the old Cricuts, not an Expression), and to be honest, I haven't used it much. They were on sale in Michaels, so I got it for the equivalent of £85 UK, but even so, I haven't had value out of it as I have hardly touched it. After buying 3 cartridges for it (of designs I still like, but have never used) I decided that perhaps the cricut is just not for me.
Then, a few days ago, I heard of a piece of software called "Sure Cuts a Lot" which allows the cricut to be used like a Craft Robo, ie it will plug into my pc and cut any font or shape from the hundreds I have.
Shown here is a christmas design that I downloaded from the internet, and some address book dividers. I've been thinking of making an address book with my Bind It All as a gift for a friend, and I actually designed and created these dividers myself on the PC, then cut them with the Cricut. I can't overstate my excitement with this program - now the things that I cut won't be limited by what's available or by my budget!!