Welcome to HW - sorry you find psa numbers that send you here.
On the biopsy, if you have less than a Gleason 3, they would likely report is as suspicious, or some other "maybe" term. In general, no one seems to give 2's any more. There is no reason to presume you will get a 3 just because you had a biopsy. It could come back with no cancer found in the samples taken.
Did they run you through a round of anti-biotics? Sometimes infections will cause high psa numbers.
Surgery is usually delayed after the biopsy to allow the rectum and the tissue between the rectum and the prostate to heal. My surgeon wants 6-8 weeks minimum after a 12-core biopsy, longer with more. ASAP has to be considered in context, and may be 8 weeks.
You would be doing yourself a disservice to assume you have metastasis. Walsh will tell you that a high psa may not be cancer, and cancer can be present with very low psa levels.
You will need to find a good surgeon, and a good radiation oncologist, and get opinions from both. Then find another set and get second opinions for both approaches. If you have a positive biopsy, use these 6-8 weeks wisely. Research and consultations will fill that time easily.