I'd be absolutely fine with a robotic surgeon. I'm assuming this thing would only be an option because it can perform the job well and was deemed safe by all agencies required to deem things safe. I imagine if something went wrong the results could potentially interesting. When a real surgeon messes up, it may be a slip of the hand or a forgotten procedure. A robotic surgeon could possibly attempt to perform the surgery rotated 90 degrees from where it should be. Heh.