Just depends on the person. Allergy doc for me would be.... ... soooo boring. I love the ORs... there is a very fun and social aspect to the ORs and we are at the forefront of a lot of great action. Mitral clips and Watchmen procedures have been the latest thing in my little corner of the universe. Just so completely reliant on our echo skills to get these procedures done well. When you go from systolic reversal in the pulmonary veins to a normalized pattern you KNOW you've done something very meaningful for that patient. NOT boring... ever evolving and making the most of our new technology. I love stomping out pain with needles... but that's another story. Had a friend request me for his AVR/aortic aneurysm. Placed an intuity valve and noticed a significant leak when we came off CPB. Surgeon could not see it. Showed him a Color flow 3D en face view of exactly where it was after I cropped down on it... asked him to put some stitches in the NCC location. Came off the second time with zero leak and I feel like I made a significant difference for my friend. I am definitely NOT built for clinic. Love the ORs. You just see so much stuff... it's the only place I can practice medicine.