The current stable version of Cufón has some trouble baselining fonts, which means that depending on how good or bad your luck is, certain font sizes of certain fonts might look blurry no matter what. You basically have two options:
1. Change the font-size, and hope for the best (1px larger might look a lot clearer, and might not ruin the design)
2. Open the .font.js in a text editor, and find the "bbox" and "ascent" values. By changing the values a little you're basically moving the baseline a bit, which should result in slightly clearer text (however it doesn't always work, while the baseline might get clearer the top part of the glyphs might get blurries - if this is the case, you are out of luck unless combining this technique with another font size works better). Just play with the values to figure out what affects what.
As a bonus option (which I don't really recommend), you could render the font at, say, twice the normal size and then use the CSS zoom property to zoom out to 50% (i.e. make it appear normal). This might also make the text look crisper, however keep in mind that it might not work in older browsers.
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