Earlier in the thread someone mentioned Jennifer Gallardo at Andaluz Waterbirth Center. Here is the website: http://www.waterbirth.net/
She was one of the midwives who delivered my twins two years ago. She is a great font of information if you are wanting a less medicalized pregnancy and delivery. Jessica Dolin at Andaluz is also extrememly knowledgeable about twins and breeches.
I did not have this issue with my twins being that they were fraternal, however in all of my reading having a c-birth at 32 weeks seems a bit preemptive especially since at this point (assumption) there is no indication that they have wrapped cords.
I am sure you have been reading many books, one of the best ones I found was Having Twins and More by Elizabeth Noble. She spends equal amounts of book space to medical issues and potentials as well as options for midwife/homebirth. She tries to let you decide what you want while giving you the options of both worlds.
If you would like to talk give me a holler off list. I do believe there are times when Dr's are the best route. I have found for myself that following my insticts (intuition, workings of God) that you will ultimately make the right decision as long as you follow what is in your heart and head.
When I thought about having a hospital birth with my twins, I had the deepest sense of doom, I couldn't go through with it. When my daughter was born, it became evident as to why. She was born with a dent in her head over the veins that bring oxygen and blood to the brain. The surgeon who worked on her said that if I had delivered her by c-birth she would either be brain damaged or dead. So follow what your heart is saying when you think of all the options.
Good luck mama, it isn't an easy road (especially when you go against what other people think you should do) but it is a worth while road.