Turns out my brother had a camera that could do a better job - though it still can't focus up close. I had to zoom in quite a bit and use a mega-high rez. No stand also meant a bit of the shakies so the pic is still a tad blurry.
The first pic is 0.010 traces which metered out perfectly. Between glare, shakies, and lack of a real macro camera it appears like the upper traces have been rubbed out but in fact they're just as good as the lower traces. You might notice that the bottom left hole is a bit off - it is! My fault totally, I went and re-zeroed to cut the SMD after just doing the engraving. Had to manually find zero again for drilling.
The second picture shows the pattern for an Atmel Mega8 QFP and a DS1307 SOP. Again, it appears like some of the pads aren't fully cut out but in fact they are. I probably should have sanded a bit to take the burrs off before taking the photos - they aren't big but I think the light reflecting off them messes up the picture.
I have a 0.005 endmill that I've been too chicken to try cutting with up until now. I think I might just have to buck up and try it next! I could cut two traces between 0.060 DIP pads! Or, I might just