Startup vs bigco: am I being shortchanged?
I'm 31, working for a series C startup valued at ~$200M that totally raised ~$50M. I've been here 3 years, and I've vested ~0.7% of common options that I fully exercised in common stocks (0.7% is after counting current dilutions etc., it was > 1% at the beginning). I still have an additional ~0.7% that is maturing over the next 3 years due to another grant I recently received, as the company tried to lock me in for another period.
Besides the equity part, my total cash comp for 2018 will be $270k (base $200k + $70k bonus).
I interviewed at Facebook and got an offer at E5 with $50k signing + $190k base + 15% bonus + $600k RSU/4y. I also interviewed at Netflix and for a SWE position they offered me $400k.
Do you think I should make the move or stay put for a little longer? At my startup I am in a sort of semi-leadership position so I am very independent (early employee), but I wouldn't mind crunching more as long as there's recognition for the effort. Also, if the startup were to be acquired there's a possibility I would be treated well on top of the matured equity since I know a lot of stuff about the technology built (e.g. good retention package).