I don't have MS Office right now, but I will check it later on Windows. I took a peek using google docs and there are a lot of things there. Are you talking about ROI (cost to generate/sell price)?
as a general rule, To be safe don't plan on mining if your electricity price is higher than the world average. (unless fpga)
price and difficulty are closely related with electricity cost.
I also agree, but I think that in the following months we will see a shift towards FPGAs. If a relatively cheap (say 1$/Mhash or so) FPGA becomes available, the network will adjust and mining with a GPU will not be profitable for most people. Of course there will be a transition period (not sure how long, though...).