Next I picked a very intricate image and cut it at 2 inches. The butterfly on the left was cut with the standard 30 degree Roland blade, which is equivalent to the Cricut regular blade. I used the setting in the Silhouette software for heavy cardstock as this is Bazzil's white cardstock. I set the Cricut blade on 4. As you can see it did pretty good. Not great, but pretty good. The one on the right was cut with the Cameo blade with the same settings in the software and the blade on 4. To me, the Cameo blade did a better job cutting. I basically just took it off the mat and it was ready to use. On the one cut with the Roland blade, I had to do some fine tuning with my X-acto knife. The were a few frays and incomplete cuts. Please note, I did not try this with the Cricut Deep Cut Blade and that very well may have made a huge difference in the quality of the cut. The musical note; however, did exceptionally well with the Roland blade. It was just a simple image cut at 1 inch.
My final opinion is.....I will stick with my Cameo blades for the more intricate cuts, but if I get in a pinch, it's nice to know that I now have an alternative with the Cricut blades and the Roland blades. I may change my mind once I can do more experiments with the blades and cut settings.