First of all, welcome to HW. Sorry you have to be here but I think you will find this is a great place for both support and advice.
Your story about your doc wanting to schedule surgery right away in not atypical of many men who are diagnosed with PCa. Your urologist is most likely a surgeon and, as such, most likely has a bias toward surgery as the optimal choice. Surgery may or may not be for you and you don't need to be rushed. PCa is a slow growing cancer and from what you have revealed about your stats you have fairly early stage. So, like G6 said, "take a breath."
You should take some time to get yourself educated. Read some infomative books like Dr. Walsh's "Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer", Dr. Strum's book and the Dr. Sholz book, "Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers". These books will give you a broad specturm of views on our disease.
Also you should not only speak with EXPERIENCED surgeons about potential treatment but also an EXPERIENCED radiation oncologist. With your age and stats, brachytherapy (seeds) might be an excellent choice for you and you should at least explore it. Irrespective of anecdotal stories about "radiation problems" or "dying on the surgical table" you should probably ignore the anecdotes and focus on the facts. That is, for early stage PCa the cure rates for brachy are equally as good as surgery and the SE's are considerably less onerous. Get yourself educated and make an informed choice is my best advice.
Age 62 (65 now), G 3 + 4 = 7, T1C, PSA 4.2, 2/16 cancerous, 27cc. Brachytherapy 12/9/08. 73 Iodine-125 seeds. Procedure went great, only minor discomfort. Everything continues to function normally as of 12/2/11. PSA: 6 mo: 1.4, 1 yr: 1.0, 2 yr: .8, 3 yr: .5. My docs are "delighted"! My journey: