I had a Netgear Rangemax and it was the best router I ever used (had to discontinue when I switched ISPs and the current one requires me to use their own equipment, a modem/router combo).
In any case, please note that most routers come with setup software that'll work on Windows, but not compatible with Macs, but that is of little concern. You can very easily set up any router by following their setup instructions and going to the interface webiste (something like 168.192.x.x) and setting it up. It is not difficult. Remember the encryption and a good password and write it all down.
FWIW, one of my neighbors gave their router the name "malware server". That should keep most people away, LOL.
Edit: Unfortunately, I have to agree with rkaufmann - they are easy to set up, but I've never liked their prices.