Take a look at the interface cards and what each of them have to offer. They do seem very similar. I haven't had an opportunity to work with the 12000 series, so take my input with a grain of salt. When I've chatted with Cisco engineers, the feeling I've gotten is that the 12000 series routers are developed for carrier class networks with lots of large WAN connections.
Unless you're a telco or a large ISP, I would think the features available with the 76xx series would better suite you. I think for this type of situation and the features you are looking for, I suggest contacting your local Cisco account team.
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