If you don't need video, the 5d produces much better files than the 60d. You're seriously underestimating the 5d, which will likely retain it's value better than a 60d at this point. For a general photography tool, it's hard to make a claim of the 60d being better than the 5D.
I don't think it is very hard at all to make that claim. The 60D is better at 3200 than the 5D is. Dynamic range, noise, resolution, sharpness with the same lens, you name it. The 5D is beginning to fall apart at 3200. The 5D is not even capable of 3200+, and the 60D is more than adequate, for personal use, at 6400, and very useable at 12,800. The AF system and the burst rate are much better on the 60D. So is the rear screen.
At 1600 and below, the 5D is the clear winner, in many, if not most regards. Above 3200 it can't even contend. The 60D is superior by default if you need ISO greater than 3200, or an AF system that works.
I am not berating the 5D. It is a fine camera and I have no plans to relinquish mine. It gets me better looking files at 800 to 1600 than the 60D can provide. It also affords me much better DOF control with f/2.8 lenses than the 60D does. Better depends on what you want to do with the tool. Both are fine cameras that excel at different things.
I do agree with you about the 5D holding its value better from now on. Right now they are about the same price. Two or three years from now the 5D will still be in the $500 range. I don't see the 60D holding on to that kind of value through next year.