After some thought and a bit of maths, I think what I said in my previous post about the figures including inflationary increases, is not correct.
The first thing to realise is that neither the annual illustration or this RMSPS website give the figures in NRA60 & NRA65 format.
The annual illustration shows final salary benefits(up to 31st March 2008) and CSDB benefits(from 1st April 2008 to 31st March 2018).
While this new website tells you your RMSPS figures, which is up to 31st March 2012.
NRA60 relates to service up to 31st March 2010, and NRA65 is from 1st April 2010 to 31st March 2018.
The RMSPS(pre 2012) is what the government is responsible for paying, the RMPP(post 2012) is RM's responsibility.
So to get rough NRA60 figures using the figures on your annual illustration, you need to take 2 years away from your CSDB benefits and add them to your final salary figures. What's left is your NRA65.
And if you want to use the figures on the RMSPS website, taking 2 years worth away from the amount shown should give you your NRA60.
Bear in mind this will only give rough figures, but it'll give you a decent idea of what you'll get.
In my case the NRA60 figures from my annual illustration work out as about £120 per year more than from the RMSPS website. Which in my opinion is in the same ballpark.
If you want to take any pension before NRA then take off 5% per year.