I'm not sure if my experience counts as it was not Konica-Minolta, but I had a P&S APS film camera many years ago. It was produced by Fujifilm, but I can't remember the model. The choice was based on the ease of loading films (after bad experinces threading 35mm film into previous cameras), and the handy storage of the negatives. The Fujifilm was very pocketable, and therefore easy to carry around. I captured many happy memories with it, but the images were not very good if I'm honest. The panorama shaped shots were fun, but just crops rather than really panoramic. My mother still uses the camera as it is very simple to use; easy to load and unload film, and she does not want to enter the digital revolution
As a committed gadget freek I replaced the APS with a Sony when they brought out their early P&S digital, P100 I think it was (I'm also a committed Sony fan-boy, but please don't pass this rumour on
Nex 5, Nex 6 (IR), A7M2, A99 and a bunch of lenses.