Incredible offer, but dislike the company/product. Take it?
My dilemma is simple: I have a (surprising) job offer from a company I originally was planning to use for practice. On paper, this offer is excellent: it's an up-level (again, on paper; have already been working at the expected scope for a few years) and a 30%+ pay increase over what I'm already making, let alone what I'm "supposed" to make. Based on my research, this offer is in the realm of the absolute most I could realistically hope to get, anywhere.
Meanwhile, promos are hard to come by in my org and I will reach my four year compensation cliff in a few months (huge pay cuts by 2020 if I stay and don't get promoted), so I'm definitely motivated to leave sooner or later--both for more money and a chance to do something different.
No brainer, right? Except I don't believe in either the new company or its core product at all--in fact, I'm not even merely indifferent but actually (mildly) dislike both--and I can't even force myself to get excited about going there.
I'm on cruise control at Amazon and can continue to interview with abandon if I choose to do so. Before anybody asks: I'm not going to reveal the company or the break down of the offer, simply because I'm trying to avoid biased answers in either direction. They're definitely well-known, though.
Edit: not OCI :)
Current L5 @ Amazon; TC ~275k (actual target is around 200k)