All cataract surgeons should learn how to perform and IOL exchange. And we have many videos that show you how to dissect the IOL from the capsular bag, how to perform the twist-and-out explant method, and how to implant a sulcus IOL with optic capture. In this case, however, there are more challenges because two of the four haptics of this IOL are very adherent to the capsular bag and are unable to be freed. The surgeon makes the decision to amputate the haptics and then implant the sulcus IOL with optic capture. What would you have done?