Previously, I worked for a wirehouse being brand new to the business in a new area for about 1.5 years. I am now looking at an FA opportunity at both VALIC and Chase. Clearly, they're two different types of FA roles, both of which are different than my role as an FA at the wirehouse. I'm looking for some honest opinions / feedback from the community. I'll briefly outline below what I like / dislike about each opportunity:VALICLikes: Flexibility (work from home), Full Benefits (as a W-2), Income Potential ($18K base year 1 + $50K residuals + commission on new sales), Captive Client Audience (mostly Teachers), Boss (seems very reasonable).Dislikes: Company Name (is it STILL a big deal?), not being able to receive $ amount of inherited book of business in writing (told 750-1,000 clients and $50K in residuals, guaranteed, but I doubt they'll put it in writing).CHASELikes: Company Name, Work Environment (out of bank branch vs. wirehouse w no prospects), People/Team Environment.Dislikes: Working every other Saturday, seemingly high-pressure environment, people typically want to go in/out of bank and probably aren't as receptive to talking to an FA.Benefits for both firms seem comparable. Not sure if there are things I'm not considering or any other major do's/don'ts to be aware of before accepting an offer. VALIC seems to have rec'd a bad rep on here, but I'm wondering if things have changed at all recently. Any honest feedback would be sincerely appreciated. Thanks.