I used to have a lot of interest in A&E medicine, but having spent a bit of time in it I've been veering away from that lately. I also lost a lot of interest in surgery over the last year, possibly because I didn't have any proper surgical rotations, so that may change over the next year.
I've spent a lot of time in Cardiology this year, and I can definitely see myself ending up doing that. There's a good mix of hospital and outpatient medicine, complex long term care, as well as enough interventional procedures to keep the surgeon mentality in me happy
I want to spend a bit more time in oncology, and maybe haematology to see what working in those fields is actually like. I spent a couple of weeks in oncology after 1st year, without knowing any of the pathology or much of the specialised pharmacology, but I still found it very interesting. If haematology/oncology were tied together a bit more in Europe as they are in the US, it'd be a close number #2 on the list at the moment.