The interior details only become visible after your eyes get acclimated to the aptly dim, somewhat relaxing environment. It's important to note that none of the stool-type chairs at Pecos Bill's have backs on them, so "relaxing" is something you'll have to do hunched forward, or sitting straight up.
The aroma of freshly grilled onions and mushrooms when exiting the Country Bear Jamboree, had been one of Pecos Bill's aromatic trademarks. While the toppings bar is still there, the aromas are more Tex-Mex these days, as Pecos Bill's menu has shifted more South and less West.
It's hard to tell if it's going to stay that way though. It seems a few items from the old menu (like the Southwest Burger) have made it back onto the Text-Mex menu, along with the new Fajita Platter, Beef Burrito and Nacho entrees.