Bought this RV used 5 years ago. We were looking for a trailer to accommodate 2-3 adults, be towable with a small truck (Tacoma, V6 engine), and be small enough to fit on most campground spots, not just pull-throughs.
We have taken the BigFoot around the East of North America. Excellent construction and insulation compared to more mainstream manufacturers, with solid floors, oak cabinets, real mattresses, full-size fridge and freezer. The floor plan is conservative, but efficient. The full restroom with separate shower and hot water is great.
The fiberglass shell is reassuring, solid, and easy to work with. The windows' glass is thermal, and combined with full polyurethane insulation, extends the camping season through late November, in Canada.
The only drawback; the BigFoot is about as aerodynamic as a mountain; it's a cube. The front with its window cover is almost vertical. The sidewalls are vertical.
Would buy again in a heartbeat, and would buy nothing else. Our previous "Jayco & Co" didn't hold up against this 20-year-old BigFoot. Even our Winnebago doesn't compare in terms of build quality.