All these comments are in use on a D90, so the multiplication of 1.5 works (in my mind) to my benefit.
I use all three macros from Nikon; 60, 105 and 200. They all have a place.
For my uses the 105 is the best all around lens. Although it is very large and heavy, it is not awkward to use. The autofocus is good, somewhat useful for close work, as is the VR. Most of the time, however, the VR is off and I manually focus because of the shallow depth of field. I get a very good yield and excellent shots with this lens. I use it very frequently.
The 200 is my most difficult to work with. It's not much heavier than the 105 and much more slender to hold. The ergonomics are almost the same as the 105. The autofocus is useless in all cases, unless you have unlimited time and patience, I leave it permanently turned off. I also find my yield low with this lens in comparison to the 60 or 105. But, when the shot works, it's has a somewhat transcendent quality that makes me shoot it quite a lot. The longer working distance is also very useful.
The 60 is small, light, very sharp and I only carry it when I need to go light. If needed, I could easily part with this lens.
Between the 105 and the 200... I'm glad I have both. I can shoot with the 200 and get almost nothing, which never happens with the 105, but sometimes when things work...
I also must admit I haven't had as much time with the 200, since I recently purchased it.