Hi Renbarlaw. I am working in a lawfirm and I experienced working for the corporate department and the litigation department. In case you transfer to the corporate world, i think you will need to adjust. The adrenaline rush present in litigation practice is not present in the corporate practice. Your litigation background will greatly benefit you in reviewing contracts since you are already trained to spot issues that are ripe for litigation. However, you might not be used to reading long contracts overflowing with run on sentences and repetitive corporate jargons.
On the other hand, I find it fulfilling that in the corporate world, more problems are solved in a shorter span of time - You can incorporate a corporation in 2 weeks time, Research and draft Memos for clients in a few days. While there are exceptions to the rule, I think corporate practice is more family friendly and yes, financially rewarding.
That being said, I think litigation practice is action packed, exciting but yes, stressful.
So take your pick!