That's not correct. The camera displays 60 in compressed or uncompressed, but in fact more will fit on the card compressed (100+), and it depends on the individual images and how much data they contain. This is the same problem the D70 intially exhibited. With a firmware upgrage it reads properly. I'm guessing Nikon may fix this on the D200 eventually, too.
Roughly, a raw picture is 15mb and compressed is 8. Do the math. Approximately 66 raw 125 compressed. Raw files vary depending on the light (white?) so the count will be slightly lower Imho (Based on my pictures with the D200).
The size of a compressed file depends on the subject matter, the camera setting ( and I think the day of the week and the phase of the moon)
What I'm saying is that it is hard to predict. Me, I'd go with the guys saying 110 or so. I wouldn't feel surprised if it turned out to be 80 or 140. Nor would I expect it to turn out the same way twice. It is literally dependent on the nature of the data. You look at some images which seem complex. They compress. Some that look simple are huge. I can't tell.
In fact it's kinda entertaining to watch the camera try to figure out whether it has room for one more shot when the card fills up. It doesn't seem to be able to get the remaining space right until after it writes the file. Gernerally, there's always room for one more.