I dusted off my original owner Minolta XG-1 in 2015 and started shooting 35mm film again.
Retired the XG1 to the shelf and current shooters are a Nikon FE2 & F3/T along with a Yashica Electro 365 GSN rangefinder.
Just finished a roll of Portra 400 in an Olympus 35RC. Currently running a roll of Fuji Superia 400 through my Praktica STL3. Also have a Pentax MX on my shelf. Here are a few from the Olympus: Showcase - Kodak Portra 400
A friend back in Boston got me to pick up a used Minolta or two (one of them the XG-1), and start shooting film again. I grew up using an X-370 in the 90s as a high school student with a graphic arts darkroom lab. And while in Boston, I shot probably 20-30 rolls of 35mm again. Then I got a permanent loaner Yashica 6x6 from my sister/brother in law, and began shooting some rolls through that too.
Almost a year ago I moved out here to a small town in Oregon, and there's no lab. So I've been VERY slowly going through my remaining film stock, and stashing them in the fridge for a shipment.
Used to shoot a Canonet, a GW690 (briefly, not really a 35), and a Nikon F2
My last film camera was a Minolta SRT 102 which I sold off a couple of months ago along with my plethora of Rokkor lenses. After gathering dust from some years, I decided to adapt my Minolta lenses when I used to shoot a Sony camera due to the lack lens options at the time, but they started to gather dust again when I migrated to Fuji. I sold the lot off to fund the 16mm 1.4 I currently use. I'm sure someone other there is putting them to good use.