It looks like the Tiger pasta maker has an integral spaghetti cutter @rebelyell and no other attachments. Although at £15 it is cheap, I would recommend people to buy one which has separate, interchangeable cutters so you can make a wider variety of pasta. Mine even has a Ravioli attachment but it's a bit fiddly to use.
Bread flour is strong which means it has a lot of gluten so should give you an al dente pasta, but ordinary plain flour works OK for me (besides being a bit cheaper) and as you say, any homemade pasta is delicious.
I gather in Italy that the pasta is the main event of any pasta dish and any accompanying sauces should not overshadow or overwhelm it. So less sauce and more, tasty, pasta is the key.