Yes. This is a technology looking for a purpose (new surgeries being sought after it was disproven for beneign hysterectomies) rather then a need being fufilled by a technology. No technological advancements from them once Intuitive spun off from government research. They are taking the sort term approach of share buy back instead of investing in future performance to lift their price, which is never a good sign. As the cool continues to wear off and the research sinks in, look for surgeons and hospitals to continue to quietly turn away. Since Intuitive puts sales ahead of patient safety by continuing to sell to hospitals without trained surgeons this is a good thing.