They are pretty spartan. Not always a fan of their layout. Inside, they have the usual cheap/thin/vinyl covered luan/ walls with cheapish hardware (doors/cabinets). Appliances are standard and proven fare. Where Bigfoot exceeds is in the construction of the shell, the insulation and the all season capabilities. That's where BF passes up the majority of motorhomes out there (in my opinion). They are pretty bombproof. You can always upgrade the interior if you wanted, and have the $ burning a hole in your pocket, but hard to upgrade the shell. Having owned a BF previously, I've got to say it one of my favorite makes.
Big Okanagan on a big 4x4 Ram 5500.