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There is a report that has most of that. It's fairly simple: Create (or clone and edit) a view, add the metrics or properties to that view, then add the view to a report. I've done this quite frequently in the past and actually have it emailed to me weekly to report on our lab environment (in case we forgot to commit snapshots).
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vROps 6.7 now actually has a real "AGE" metric for snapshots. It's a hidden metric so you can't add it yourself to a new View/Report; however, you can take the Default Snapshots view that includes the age metric, then clone it to customize & include everything else. I did that and now have a View that provides VM Name, Snapshot Size, Snapshot Age, Folder, Cluster, Datacenter, vCenter, & Tags. Works great.
And as with anything vROps/Reports-- a report is simply a collection of Views or Dashboards. So get your View done the way you want it and throw the View into a Report.