You would absolutely NEVER EVER EVER buy any of those camera's to shoot photos. Maybe a 60d, but trust me, I owned one and it was nothing stellar in the photo department. The problem with adding video to a dslr is you either sacrifice a lot of photo performance, or end up spending a lot. I bought a 60d last fall thinking I was going to do about the same ratio as you, I maybe used video once, and then I was hooked on photography. For that 10% it's not really worth it.
As Jamie said, the 5dc (I currently own) and 1d2n (many on here have owned) are both amazing cameras that can be had for well under 1k, I got my lightly used 5d for $650 with a grip. Now, the 5d's burst is pathetic and the AF is slow as can be, but from the sounds of it you aren't shooting sports (no skiing) so definitely consider it. The 1d2n is fast as can be, 8fps, good files for an 8mp camera; Dan Carr was printing billboard size with his, so don't even worry that 8mp won't be enough, he kept it and skipped the 1d3 (known to have af issues).
Another great option is the xxD line, particularly the 40d. Of the entire line I and a lot of other photographers feel that it is by far the best bang for your buck photo dslr period. $350-$500 will get you a good-great copy and not much more for a grip. It's fast, durable, files are great, and it'll give you way more to spend on lenses. You can't go wrong with a 30d, 50d, or even a 10/20d, they are all amazing, I just feel that the 40d is the best of the bunch.
One thing to note is that each of those three cameras I mentioned all have different sensor sizes in ratio to 35mm film. The 5d is what is known as full frame, so it has the same size sensor as 35mm film. The 1d2n has a slightly smaller aps-h, or 1.3x crop sensor, so the effective focal length is multiplied by 1.3. The 40d has an aps-c, or 1.6x crop sensor. Know what that really effects is your lens choice.
If your shooting on a full frame body, lenses made for crop cameras will vignette when used. Generally cheaper lenses are made for use with aps-c cameras. I would first pick which body you want, and then from there look at lenses. If you go for a 40d, you'll need an ultra wide angle like a 11-16mm or 10-20mm because 17mm which is incredibly wide on a 5d, will be around 28mm on a crop body. All the lenses you mentioned above are great glass, it's just most of them will only work with crop bodies. Just read the specs on a lens and see if it says for crop or for full frame and crop dslrs. I know canon refers to their crop lenses as EF-S lenses, and full frame lenses are just EF.
Anyways hope all that helps, message me if you have any more questions. Good luck man, can't wait to see your photos!