A pip graph is a great idea, but I am not sure how accurate it could be. Consider this scenario ...
I place a buy order, the market goes up 50pips before my order is closed. I have earned 50pips right?
Nope. I can have it show that I have earned 150pips.
At 10pips I close 1/5th of the order giving a 10pip profit.
At 20pips I close another 1/5th giving me extra 20pips (plus the previous 10pips for a total so far of 30pips)
Do this every 10pips and that 50pip movement netted you 150pips.
Now there is nothing wrong with trading that way, but from an investors point of view would you go for the trader who earned 50pips or 150pips?
Of course the answer is neither because you go with the trader that consistently earns a percentage return on your investment and pips don't actually count.
But from a personal stand point, knowing I action full trades all the time, pip information is very relevant.