What I'm looking at...
(sell 60D, 10-22, 70-200, keep 50 b/c why the hell not?)
5D III (toying with the 1D IV for build and speed but perhaps as a second body next year?) - I understand there is a value to the 1 series, but I think the 5d will suffice and exceed your needs.
16-35 II (traveling, street, some landscape, group or environmental portraits even) - I've heard from others, and I personally have no experience with the lens, that it is a bit disappointing and it doesn't really have quite the POP of other L lenses. I think it is a fine option and much better than the 17-40 (which should go without saying), but I'd lean towards no. Maybe considering some wide angle primes as an alternative...
70-200 2.8 IS II (everything...weddings, events, portrait, some closer wildlife) - I've been disappointed with the 70-200mm f/4L USM and the f/2.8L USM... but I know the 70-200 f/2.8L IS ii is king... and for your needs, I would think it would be a great addition.
135L (covers my portraits, some street stuff, events/stage stuff) - I want it... I don't have it... I know it is better than the 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS for portraiture. And while the 70-200mm f/2.8L is II covers the focal length, I think the 135 is a hard to put into words, but worth getting because it is individually worth it.
24 1.4L (not as good as the TS but it's more versatile. churches, markets, lowlight, astro) - I don't have an opinion, but I did suggest a complement of primes rather than the 16-35... so sure.
100 Macro (L or not? IS can come in handy and its only a $240 difference, weather sealing is a selling point) - I have this lens and I'm in love with it... I don't do much macro, but I really like have that as an option when the situation arises. Having said that, I want the 135 and I have a difficult time rationalizing have both lenses in my bag. I think if I get the 135L I'll wind up selling the 100.
50 1.4 (better bokeh than the 1.8, which I'd keep as backup or lightweight setup) - That should be a no brainer. I know there are some who like the f/1.2 but put a hood on the 50mm and don't drop it and it should be fine for you for a long time. The f/1.4 is sharper than the f/1.2 and it is just a great value. I owned the f/1.8 and I really like that lens and while I don't like admitting it, the f/1.4 is much better.
MAYBE a 600-RT but that likely comes last - Get a 2nd 430 and a few umbrellas. Then you can play with the light in different ways to really bring out the detail of your shots.