The common wisdom on this board is to go on as many interviews as possible. However, if you look at past years, it seems that nearly everyone with 10+ interviews has matched (most in their top 5). This year seems to be more competitive (at least based on the number of people applying) and nobody wants to go unmatched due to overconfidence. However, as the costs of applying add up, is it worth the added time away from family and $$ to accept an offer if its not a program I am particularly excited about. Any thought/advice?