At this point, there are many very detailed reports available for any elements or nodes configured within the Uptime application.
It appears that the built in reporting in the Uptime console centers around data collected from the elements/nodes.
What we need is to report on the Uptime database itself. We have so many elements with so many services that manually tracking them has become cumbersome, clumsy, and inaccurate.
For example, a listing of elements (alpha-numerically) and what service monitors are configured on each, and to whom the alerts are sent for each service monitor. Or, by alert profile, what elements and services the profile is used in. That sort of thing.