Surgery is an art that is based on theoretical knowledge and skills. From time to time various guidelines related to surgical actions have derived from the Urologists’ overall experience -such as EAU Guidelines on Laparoscopy, BAUS Guidelines for Training in Laparoscopy /in Laparoscopic Mentorship, Best Practices in Robot-assisted Radical Prostatectomy, Guidelines for Acute Management of first occurrence of Renal/Ureteric Lithiasis and Best Practice Policy Statement on Urological Surgery Antimicrobial Prophylaxis. In addition, the European Board of Urology have presented an integrated educational program on Urology (European Urology Residency Curriculum) and have brought forward the e-logbook for recording quantitative and qualitative data concerning every Urologist’s education. However, what still remains very important is sharing surgical experience –referring to both positive surgical outcomes and surgical complications that may have occurred. This Section presents the surgical experience of colleagues through videos that they have created by themselves. All colleagues interested in participating in the ISUD Videolibrary are kindly requested to contact us (videos usually do not exceed 15min). Our Editorial Board seeks videos demonstrating surgical complications, for -as it is known- learning from such cases is of priceless value for every Surgeon. Some colleagues have already responded and their videos are at your disposal to watch.