Here's a rather obvious observation. When one commits to a 365 project and the conditions are that one shoots with one camera, one lens and one type of film it becomes rather constricting. There are benefits and there are costs.
The benefit is that you become much more aware of how your gear and film will react in different circumstances. You learn to visualize how the film will expose in a wider variety of conditions and you become much more familiar with the overall workings of the camera.
The downside is you shoot most of your images with one camera, one lens and one type of film! If you're like me you have more than one camera you love to shoot with. After going through a significant downsizing of gear I have a Leica M2, a Zeiss Sonnar 50mm f/1.5, my Rolleiflex 2.8f and my Olympus XA. I also have a Panasonic Lumix GX8 and a 12-35 f/2.8 lens to go with it. It's a bit of a story but suffice it to say the store forced me to buy it when I sold my old film gear! More to come, maybe in another blog post.
I find myself wanting to carry more than one camera every day. I want to shoot with all my cameras and have them all with me. Of course that's not very practical which is why I dedicated myself to a 365 project. It all comes around in a circle doesn't it?