The next case in our resident week series is a routine case where this US senior resident is learning phaco chop. It is a nice chop but… the eye is moved out of primary position. Look at the reflection of the microscope lights on the cornea and you can appreciate just how deviated the eye is during the chop. That needs to be addressed and the surgeon should be able to maintain control of the eye position during the surgery. Some great and helpful hints for resolving this issue are explained in the video.