Welcome to a very caring forum! We're glad you're here, not glad that you had to share the disease. The good news is that you'll find a lot of help here and that you have a lot of options.
We invite you to make a personal signature for your posts, like of lot of us have done, by using the "Control Panel" and "Edit Profile" function above. This will help us all know more about you as you post and such that we may respond more effectively to you. For example, you may wish to post your age and some details about your pathology report. See what others have done for some guidance.
When you go to the main "Prostate Cancer" forum link above, you'll find that our moderator, bluebird, has posted a lot of good information and helpful links in a locked post at the top of the forum. I think this will help you as well.
Like has already been said, a treatment option has a lot to do with your age and current health. In the end, you are the one who makes the final decision and no one can second-guess your decision. Keep asking questions.
My experience with robotic surgery has been terrific. I chose it due to my "young" age of 54, my good chance at having the cancer contained solely in the prostate, and my projected life span. The men in my family line live into their late 80s and early 90s, except for a two who smoked a lot and died of lung cancer (my uncles who were tobacco farmers in Kentucky). So I wanted something that had a good "chance" at a cure, although, there are no guarantees. I also wanted the deep pathology of the cancerous prostate that only surgery could provide. I wanted to know what I was really up against since PSA doesn't tell the whole story.
Again, it'll be solely your choice what to do and no one here will try hard to get you to choose one treatment over another. All the treatments have their pros and cons. We'll just be here for support.
Again, welcome to the forum!
All the best,
Barry (a.k.a. Idaho)