I'm just that lazy to not read through the first two pages but I'm still going to throw in my
even if you don't want it.
Anyways, the RT-N56U (aka Black Diamond) or RT-N66U (aka Dark Knight). They're both great except the Dark Knight is more expensive. Somewhere around $180 compared to it's predecessor for which you can find for about $125 on Amazon. Both of these are top notch routers. I'm torn between both (makes it hard to choose since there's a tradeoff between both). Go check the SmallNetBuilder.com reviews. They just finished their 2 part review on the Dark Night. Honestly, I like the Dark Knight better. The RT-N56U has better wired routing and the RT-N66U has better wireless, but both have insanely high routing throughput that you probably won't even be able to use much. Both are above 700 (the RT-N56U is above 800mbps
) but who's going to be able to use that much speed? You're ISP's just going to bottleneck you. The RT-N66U has better wireless performance, upgrade-able antennae, and can use alternate firmware/OS like DD-WRT or Tomato or something of the sort. They won't offer an extreme increase in performance but they still will. So it's your choice, save some cash and get the RT-N56U which has better routing but slightly weaker wireless (well, it has okay 2.4GHz but well above ISP standards) and you can't change antennae or use an alternate firmware/OS or get the RT-N66U which has already extremely great routing performance (a bit lower than the RT-N56U. I wouldn't really say 100mbps is a small difference but you probably won't transfer things that quick) and better wireless performance along with interchangeable antennae and ability to support other OS/firmware. Just be aware that they're still working on some features and the product details. They don't include all of the details so far but probably will down the road.
phew. That was a mouthful.
Edit: but the netgear you have is solid.