The offer is... below market. Well, below market is generous. My wife the secretary would make probably $10k more after benefits than I would doing unix-like administration and other random tech tasks. [edit: oh, and about $50k less than my last job]
Still, it's more offer than I've seen in over a year.
Part of the ten hours was visiting the area .NET users group. Now, I've never been to one of these, and I've never worked in a .NET shop... Personally, I was a little underwhelmed. You'd think that a bunch of career development professionals (and those with enough interest to go to a .NET users group meeting) would grasp the concept of generics by now. Perhaps my ignorance and conservatism has given them too much credit.
[edit: oh yes, and I picked up the book 'Elantris' by Brandon Sanderson on a whim. I've been looking for new/good/different fantasy stuff for a while, and the first few pages looked interesting. More on this after I've read it]