I have a bit of a story to tell. I'm out of the hospital and in my hotel room as of an hour ago. I'm looking forward to walking (w/walker) a bit more and lifting some light weights while seated...then I get to shower! The good news is I am well and as far as I know, the surgery finished well. Pain is okay. More at times, less at others. I'm more swollen now on day 3 than before, but I have better range than before my RTKR. I am close to full extension and maxed the 110 flexion my CPM goes to, but flexion is getting tougher with the additional swelling. I'll go slow. The bad news is that my trip to Orem, Utah for a Confomis iTotal custom shaped/sized implant was not a success in that my surgeon had to, interoperatively, choose a different implant. He visited me on the following morning and said, "we had quite a rodeo with you." I told him I was glad it wasn't his first rodeo. I will post more details later, but the basic problem was that my right knee was too messed up for the iTtotal to work. My extension was about 20-25 and I had less than 90 of flexion. My surgeon's first cut was measured as too constrained and the 2nd cut appeared to provide enough space, but it was then revealed my PCL was compromised (very loose). The iTotal is a PCL retaining implant so another device was implanted. I'm disappointed, but also I'm hopeful for a good recovery and return to a higher activity level soon.