Puppy Face , Oct 27, 2010; 08:39 p.m.
They're both nice cameras with equal IQ so it comes down to interface, features and build. If you shoot video the external push button start of the 7D is faster and more intuitive than the command dial twist of the 60D. Action types will prefer the better AF and higher frame rate of the 7D. Anal retentive types will favor the micro adjust feature of the 7D.
The feature that I love the most about the 7D is spot focus: perfect for macro or snagging focus where larger AF points fail (or focus on the wrong thing). For macro and small products I basically get 100% hit rates whereas my 50D would miss 15 or 20% of the time (AF point was huge & locked on the most contrasty part, e.g., eyebrow instead of eyeball).