Regarding #1, some of this is still available in 7.2, the latest release, and should be in 7.1 that you are using. When viewing the disassembly in the source view, double-clicking on the instruction will bring up an instruction reference help page. Double-clicking on the penalty and warnings flag or penalty and warnings message, will bring up a window with the Intel Tuning Assistant that shows "tuning advice" for the selected code. Expanding this line (press the '+') will explain the penalty or warning and is a link to further information (i.e., click on it to open a help page).
Regarding #2, Dynamic Analysis was removed back in version 6.0. Prior to the Pentium 4 and Itanium processors, the Intel VTune analyzer used versions of the original processor design simulators to implement Dynamic Analysis. These simulators were structured in a way that enabled them to be integrated into the VTune analyzer. The simulator technologies that were used in the development of the Pentium 4 and Itanium processors were different and not able to be integrated into the VTune analyzer.