You shoot crop, so the 60mm will double as a very good portrait lens while the 100mm will be a bit long for many portrait purposes.
Can I encourage you to focus your L envy at a different L? I think you'll get more benefit...!
Hi Joey - thanks for your response. I have both crop and FF camera's and I would like a macro to fit my 5D. I have no problems with the 60mm macro, it is a fine lens and has produced some awesome pictures, but I don't see the need to keep both lenses when I would have one lens that will work with both cameras. I've attached one of my favorite pictures using the 60 macro. The exposure is a tad dark, but the butterfly had just hatched and was posing perfect on my daughter's finger for a hand held shot. It's amazing just how furry butterflies are.
Do you know that you can use EF-S 60/2.8 Macro on your 5D with EF 12 II Extension Tube, or similar third party alternatives? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAr9FfFxlqo