Friendly neighbourhood naysayer here. I have no problems with officers generally; however, it can be a very difficult role to take on early in life (and there certainly is a certain stigma attached to becoming an officer so young).
The Corps needs officers as much of it is stuck in a vicious cycle of not having enough officers to fulfil all of the roles, so many end up being fast-tracked and stuck with a large admin burden before they’re ready… so then very few people want to become officers.
I believe that regardless of long term plans, you need time to bed yourself in before taking on the responsibility of those VR(T) pins. Serve your time as a CI for sure, but if you’re around for a long time to come consider serving some time as an NCO before commissioning. You may even decide you don’t want to change.
Whatever you choose to do, best of luck.