Best Router for the Money

I have used routers from Cisco, D-Link, Netgear, and SonicWALL.
I have settled on the pfSense routers and made the routers because:
1) The content filter made by pfSense is inexpensive and reliable.
2) The VPN is rock solid reliable and easy to configure across multiple router brands.
3) It has an intuitive set of screens to configure using object-based programming which is faster responding plus an underlying command line Interface if you need to look at anything unsupported by the GUI; I never have had to use it.
4) They are inexpensive yet incredibly reliable. In 5 years, I have never had to reboot this router due to a lockup or crash.
At one point we had a problem with employees that would spend their spare time surfing porn sites, gambling sites and inappropriate chat rooms. That is when the Pfsense became an obvious choice. It is basically free and works without issues, it is an incredible bargain.
I have used Cisco routers for years. But they are WAY too complicated since they do not have a GUI to configure them. Using Cisco IOS to pound in commands is a throwback to the 1980's. It is powerful but I do not want to take a class just to configure my router/firewall. The Pfsense has proven to be easy to configure but flexible - just what I need for small to medium size offices which is where most of the work I currently do is located; they also work awesome in large offices. I tested it against an similar Cisco router and it was faster and much, much easier to configure.