I've never eaten brussels sprouts before, so after reading some of the reviews I cut some in half and left others whole. The soft insides of the whole ones didn't bother or wow me. The ones that I'd cut in half had more of the carmelized flavor, and were easier to eat because of the smaller size, so in the future I'll probably cut them all in half. I also shook a clove's worth of minced garlic with the oil, salt, and pepper. I didn't have kosher salt, so I used regular, and it was fine, but given that some folks have sworn by the kosher, I'll try that in the future to see if I can taste the difference.
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I've never eaten brussels sprouts before, so after reading some of the reviews I cut some in...