Well, if you're going to be at Fred's site, no wonder you'll think that the D60 is better. Here, you'll think the D100 is better. It's a self-fullfulling prophecy that most of the people would not want to get themselves in a position where they have to admit they spent $2000 on the wrong thing.
And what is "best"? The only answer is how it fits your needs.
To me, having an investment in Nikon lenses, and all my local gurus are Nikonians, it was the D100.
My **guess** is that whatever you end up buying, you'll be very happy, and the difference between the two cameras will be measurable in a few percentage points. But you'll also look at the other camera and whish yours had THAT feature.