This is a tough case where the nucleus is very dense and difficult to chop, but the bigger challenge is loose zonular support. During cortex removal, the capsular bag equator comes into view and we know instantly that we need to do something to rescue this case. Before watching the video, stop and ask yourself what would be your next step? How can you successfully finish this case? And this patient requires a toric IOL to address 2+ diopters of corneal astigmatism, so a sulcus IOL is not ideal.