I don't blame you. I would regroup and even get a third or fourth opinion. The MRI sounds like a good plan as well.
It's good news! This disease is a pain in the you-know-what because there is no one right answer. My Radiation Oncologist (whom I trust most of any I've met) wouldn't even make a recommendation when I asked what he would do if he were me. He just said it's not appropriate, and he felt I could be successfully treated by at least three different treatment methods.
I really liked Duke's consultations, where they'll see you for an all-day appointment but you meet with three different specialists and they work together to make a recommendation. You might see if another research university, close to you, does that.
I'd go with Johns Hopkins' interpretation.
Unfortunately, theirs almost exactly matched the initial report from Emory on me.