Another piece of advice if you do elect to rebuild the ACL.
Get your doctor to prescribe a CPM and get your insurance to pre-authorize it.
It is a Continuous Passive Motion machine. You'll wake up with it attached and moving your leg back and forth. You use it a few hours a day for the first few weeks to improve your range of motion quicker.
Lots of good arguments to get the surgery. If your meniscus is intact, it is debatable, but I can't argue with the reasons to go ahead.
My first knee, I trashed ACL and meniscus at Snowbird.
My second knee, I had a clean tear at Mary Jane. I elected to go on without repairing it. I got a brace, worked out, and went back out. I ended up taking a bad fall at A-basin and trashed the rest of the knee. Stability seemed fine before that, but you'd have to really stay on it keeping your muscles strong. And trashing a good meniscus when you don't need to would be a shame. There is still no good replacement for it.