Quoting Krissy and Gizzy's Mommie:" I had a bad experience the first time.. got engorged and she wasnt latching on right and I honestly ... [snip!] ... make sure it works out for us... thats good a advice though and ill have to remember that.. im considering the breast crawl... "
The engorgement is normal and you will have a few days when you're engorged. That is a good sign, either your milk has come in or baby is on a growth spurt. The important thing to remember is that it doesn't last forever. If you are able to handle baby fussing at the breast, breastfeeding is probably for you. :-)
If it's not something you don't truly want, then there are other options available. I would encourage you to at least try it - it is extremely rare that baby or mother would not have the capabilities to giterdone. have someone who is experienced in breastfeeding close at hand so that you can call them, text them, etc. - a friend, a doula, an LC, anyone who has done it successfully.
There is nothing wrong with not wanting to nurse and in this society with working women, it can be incredibly hard to do so. If it's something you truly want, you WILL make it happen.
However, good luck with whatever you choose.