I've watched Cueto pitch while at Dayton and his curve doesn't have near as much break as Bailey's and his fastball is 3-4 mph off. Cueto is a lot better pitcher when it comes to placement and knowing the game but if you judge them by stuff alone, Cueto isn't in Homers league. Cueto could eventually be a #1 but I think he is more like a #2 or #3 starter. I just don't see him being that player to build a team around but a nice piece to add to the puzzle. I do believe that if they are both healthy that they are both better right now than anybody on the reds not named Harang or Arroyo.