My post-op Gleason was 4+5, pre-op PSA was 7.4 (only one done - nothing to use for history).
I try to always emphasize that a PSA test is just one potential indicator. Done without a DRE, it can be just another blood test, but when done together, the tests are important.
It is always important to remember that you can have a low PSA and have PCa, or a high PSA and no PCa. The level of PSA is just that, the amount you have, not an explanation of the reason.