Overall, I was happy with the pictures. I did have a lot of OOF shots that I will chalk up to my mistake, but I have also noticed that other shots I've taken with other lenses seem soft too. I'll investigate this more in the coming weeks. I hope I don't have to have my lenses/camera calibrated, but if I do then I do.
The 60d is a great camera for macro or tele shots, and for that kind of money it's a steal.
The one problem is the missing af micro adjustment (thanks, Canon!) so if slightly oof shots occur you never know if it was the phase af normal variance or a systematic error. I'd advise you to get hold of a camera with afma (for example the 70d) and then test your lens(es). If there is a large afma requirement, you can get it adjusted by Canon service. The 70-200L is such a premium lens so that it's probably worth the hassle.
I have a friend with a 50D. I'll see if he'll let me borrow to test against. I don't have a real camera shop close by to check it out. I'm not necessarily saying that my lens or camera is off, but it would be nice to have something to compare to. My previous camera, T1i, I didn't have any issues with any of my lenses. I'm betting it's me.