BigBoi was a MiniVan-compatible PCB designed by Trash Man. Drawing inspiration from TransitVan, it was created to support 9u and 9.75u spacebars as well as a prototype ortholinear layout in a standard MiniVan case. It was never sold as part of a group buy and only a handful of PCBs were made.
BigBoi was designed to test two ideas with one PCB: support for 9u+ spacebars and an ortholinear MiniVan. Since MiniVan cases are 12.75u wide a traditional 1u grid of keys would not fit neatly, leading to a compromise in the ortholinear layout where the 4 keys in the rightmost column are all 1.75u wide. The big bars layouts were designed to use 3D printed spacebars made in HuB profile. Since the spacebars use 6.25u and 7u stabilizers, holes were included for PCB-mount stabs. The board used USB C for connectivity. All switches on the board were in the south-facing orientation. There were no holes for in-switch LEDs and there were no SMD LEDs on the board.
KLE available here: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/2b7b214d9d3990d9794f409a4ff0f7a2
BigBoi supported three layouts that all used 9u or 9.75u spacebars. The non-ortho layouts were based on the MiniVan layout with modified bottom rows. A 6.25u spacebar can a be installed on either of the 9u layouts or a 7u spacebar can be installed on the 9.75u layout to create additional WKL layouts not shown below.
There has only been 1 revision of the BigBoi PCB that was developed as a prototype. The PCB was covered in a green solder mask with white silkscreen. The board included a wavy design that covered the entire front. The back of the board included the name of the board, revision number, and the text "Designed by Trash Man".