It can be tempting to resist making yourself stand out in your statement because you don’t want to ruin your chances by “sounding weird.” Ironically, this type of information may be what makes you the most compelling candidate.
You may be fortunate to have two or three similar prompts for a few programs, but even then, remember that you must meld your own interests with the opportunities available at each particular program--so, no two statements should read exactly alike.
In essence, be prepared to draft (and continuously revise) dedicated statements for each program application. Attempt to create one unifying theme in your narrative.
Do not worry that you are pigeonholing yourself by being specific and instead list several other areas that you be interested in.
There will not be enough time to go into all of these areas and it will make your statement sound aimless and disconnected.