If it is a bit pricier than others, it's probably because of the Vitamins and minerals. Good Carb levels, but it's all Sugar, which isn't appeared to be stated.
I don't understand why the Whey is Concentrate and the Soy is Isolate. Why not have both as either C or I?
Plus they are giving you approximately 1/2 a days worth of Calcium in one serving. Vit D will help the body use Calcium, but I doubt all that would get used in one go. Plus depending on your diet, if you have things like other Soy products, Nuts, possibly Peanuts, Dairy etc etc, in your diet, you might be ingesting too much Calcium per day.
There is no such cast iron point / figure, where you can have is too much, but exceeding 1,500mg a day, (1,000-1,200 vbeing the RDA / suggested average), wouldn't be beneficial, as some say the little Osteoblasts that upload Calcium in to Bones, could get overly taxed from massive Calcium intakes per day, wear out too quickly, function innefficiently when you're older and contribute to Osteoperosis anyway.
Same end result as having too little Calcium.
Frankly, I would say I've seen worse, but I'd just suggest something like a basic Concentrate or Isolate Whey, and if you find one that perhaps has too much Carb in it, choose a low Carb one, and either have Honey, Crushed Oats or both mixed in.
Or use a site like True Protein or Myprotein, depending on where you live, and customise your mix.
As for a powder for women, there's no such thing. Marketing gimmick for sure. The only way I can conceive you could have one for Women, was if most powders contained Growth Hormone and / or Test boosters and that didn't.
All the stuff in it, like Vit B, C, D, E, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron etc etc, are all required by men obviously. Possibly the levels of some things like iron, might be a little higher, than some powders with loads of Micronutrients rammed in, but that's because Pre-menopausal Women, menstruate Iron, so they need around 14-15mg's realistically per day. Men need about 7-8 a day.
However a level more beneficial for Women, wouldn't be detrimental for men, unless perhaps it was something quite high, like 60mg's Iron per serve, or a pretty silly amount. I think most people can top out at roughly 40mg's for Iron a day and not get an issue.
All in all, seems okay, but really I contend you don't need something that has all those Micros in it, that will bump the price up. One withoiut would cost roughly 20-40% cheaper, depending on whether it's Isolate or Concentrate.