With the advances in minimally invasive surgery and increased familiarity with robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP), there has been a trend towards performing multiple robotic cases per day. An area once dominated by single prostatectomy in a day has now grown exponentially. The limits are constantly being pushed to not only minimize the invasiveness of prostate cancer surgery without compromising oncologic or functional outcomes but to also do this efficiently and quickly.