It's a Sr.PM position at a fairly major web company that just opened up an office here in Seattle. It's still in the web 2.0 space which is what I wanted and it's a step up at the same time. To top it off they're a .NET shop so it fits my skill set far better than a rails or java shop. The only downside is that the company isn't as small as I'd have hoped but it's still in the realm of a couple hundred people instead of 70,000 so I can live with it. All in all quitting my job worked out really well, although I wouldn't suggest doing that as a career advancement technique too often. :)
On the tech nerd front I've spent most of this week re-organizing my home LAN. The main piece was to add a FreeBSD machine to act as a SVN server/firewall/file server/VPN gateway. I had my media center machine doing most of this but it was getting a little overloaded. Also I was almost out of HD space so I stuck a couple of 500gig drives in the new server using RAID-1 for a little data security.
This was my first experience with any *BSD OS and so far I'm super impressed. It's a lot lighter weight than any Linux distro I've run in the past and surprisingly easy to set up.