Hi all, quick recap. Dx with PCa in February, 2017. PSA was 8.9 and G, 8 at time of dx. left seminal vesicle was grossly impacted. Right femur and right pelvis impacted as well as a few suspicious lymph nodes in pelvic region. No evidence of distant mets. Went on Lupron and Casodex end of March 2017, and switched to Lupron and Abiraterone in August, 2017. My PSA and T have been 0 ever since. Based on advice from this board, i opted (found a very good surgeon) who performed a RP end of January 2017. Strange thing is, I feel so much better than I have in years (well before dx). Physically and mentally driven and just an overall feeling of well being. Could be also that my 3 month cycle for my Lupron Injection is now due again! Also, the foundation report indicated that I have both tmprss, and P53 mutations. As my PSA is at 0, and my ultra sensitive PSA test was .006, my surgeon strongly feels iI should at least take a holiday from ADT. My chem onco is on the fence and slightly leaning toward me staying on. Going back just a little, 24 lymph nodes were removed around my pelvic region and all were negative. There was also no evidence if PC in my seminal vesicle. The one interesting aspect, which makes me tremendously glad to have my prostate removed at this stage in the game is that, although my prostate had shrunken to 26 grams (down from 65 grams), there was still cancer in my prostate! I know I am kind of an anomaly and my urologic oncologists (chem and surgeon) dont really have any guidelines since I went non standard of care, so there, in their minds, is nothing to truly to compare my situation with. My question is, what you all think I should do in this case, take a holiday from ADT and watch to see if, and/or how much my PSA goes up, or stay on ADT continuously? I would view this as "holiday." Just wondering if any of you have shared this type of situation and experience? Thanks so so much as always!