The 60mm produces a sweet image.
There are only three down-sides.
1. Slower focus (you have already decided it is good enough). Check
2. Slower aperture at f2.4.
3. The lens moves in and out as it is focusing. If it is confused and goes to super-close focus, it gets a lot longer. I find this potentially distracting for subjects.
If these are ok with you, get it. It is a great lens.
Not to mention it does macro down to 1:2.
Yeah, I'm definitely leaning towards getting it. Right now my go-to lightweight multi-lens kit is my X-Pro2, 18mm, 35mm and adapted 50-58mm prime. I'm thinking the 60mm will make a nice replacement for the vintage lens with macro as an added bonus.
I also found out recently about it being able to use the same hood as my 18 and 35mm and that's definitely a plus to me, tried it in the store and it works fine (though I doubt how much it'll actually prevent flare).