To evaluate the plan fully it would be helpful to see the fees with each investment choice, not just those you currently use. Also, what really matters in regards to fees is the total amount of fees you would pay for each option. It is not completely clear which (if any) of the various numbers listed is actually the total fees charge to your account (of course, it is likely the plan itself which is largely to blame for confusion here).
From the information you have given so far, I don't think this plan is so bad that you should avoid it altogether. There are certainly much worse plans -- if you look through the old posts on this board you can find plenty of them! I believe the standard order of investing priority is correct for your situation (depending on how much you dedicate to long term savings you may not get all the way to the last step):
1) First, invest enough in the workplace plan to get the full match (where you use the lowest cost choices among the ones available)
2) Then invest in your own IRA up to the limit (where you only use funds that have very low fees)
3) Then invest more in the workplace plan up to its maximum (where you use the lowest cost choices among the ones available)
4) Finally, invest any remaining savings in a regular taxable account (where you only use funds that have very low fees)
If I am reading the numbers right, the mid cap index fund has significantly lower costs than the other stock funds. If I were in this plan, I would put most (and perhaps all) of my stock investments within the plan in the mid cap index fund. In addition to using the mid cap fund for the stock portion of my investments, I might also use the Vanguard bond fund since it is probably lower cost than most of the others (though this depends on how much extra fees the plan adds to the low fees charged by Vanguard). I wouldn't put anything in the extremely high cost funds charging over 1%. For other categories of assets like foreign stocks I probably wouldn't buy any of them inside the plan but instead buy them in an IRA or taxable account.