Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle has a great comprehensive prostate cancer clinic. They arrange a meeting with a nutritionalist, sexual function specialist, radiation oncologist, and surgeon. There you will recieve plenty of information to help make up your decision on treatment. Additional research on the internet and this forum will help greatly.
I personally decided on the Da vinci robotic surgery. While I must admit to being nervous about my surgery next week, I'm confident that this is the best procedure for me. I've been working at loosing a few pounds, practicing my Kegals, and at age 57 will be able to recover completely.
Good luck in your search for your method of treatment.
I'm from the Pacific NW and agree with Hawkfan75 about Virginia Mason hospital. They have an excellent and well-deserved reputation for prostate cancer surgery (open and robotic) and treatment. Their urology department is highly regarded in the medical community.
Also the University of Washington Medical Center is a good place to go and has been doing robotics for several years. One caution: I've heard thru the local urology grapevine to avoid Paul Lange (author of 'Prostate Cancer for Dummies') for your surgery. Other than that, there are some top-drawer prostate surgeons there.
Seattle has one of the world-class centers for brachytherapy if you decide to go the seed-implant route.
If you'd like some support, e-mail me and we can exchange phone numbers.