Hi I'm a med student and I have always been fascinated with the heart, and like pretty much everything about it, and like it way above any other organ system. Entering Med School I was always attracted to CT surgery, and I thought of it as the ultimate challenge in which you had to have a strong knowledge base and skill. However after seeing what cardiologists do I really enjoyed it too. I know both are different specialties with different training, etc, and I began to drift away from CT because I find the idea of being a clinician mentally stimulating while at the same time being able to do procedures (Interventional Cards) if eventually I decide to go into cards. Also I've heard a lot of people say that CT is a dead field, with not such a great future. So I would like you guys to comment on your impression on what the future holds for both fields. Thanks in advance.