Mixture here as well, mainly because of what I actually use. I do not really count my 17-35mm and 28-75mm as being 'Minolta' even though they are labelled Konica Minolta - really they are a Tamron lens brought in by Konica after they did the merger. I actually use the 28-75mm most, followed by the 28-105mm Minolta as an alternative when I need a bit of range but don't need better f/4 performance. Shirley's main lens is the 18-250mm Sigma OS and my wide angle is the 12-24mm Sigma. My APS-C main lens is the 16-80mm Sony CZ, and we also have an 11-18mm Sony (which, again, I consider to be 'a mixture'). Then there's a Sigma 16mm, a Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 and converters - but also Minolta 50mm macro, 100mm macro, 50mm f/1.4, 28mm f/2, 100mm f/2.8SF and 500mm mirror, and 25mm f/2.5 micro lens. Plus, the Sony 70-300mm SSM G.
There are more Minolta branded lenses in my cupboard than any others, but I make most use of lenses which actually came from either Sigma or Tamron factories.