Power cli script

So I'm pretty new to powercli and I am wanting a simple script.

Basically I need a script that I check  a cluster for all attached datastores and show the available space of the datastores.

And then run it again with an add on for showing the vms on the datastore and their sizes.

Also is there a way to see which vms are currently registered to a particular datastore? So I put in the datastore name/naa id and it will reference vcenter to see which vms running or not that are registered in its inventory?
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
Before going for a script, have you looked at RVTools by any chance? http://www.robware.net

It's a great tool to get loads of info from your VMware environment. Just a thought...

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