Welcome to the forum.
You should list the expense ratios for your funds. I think that you will see that you are paying more on expenses than most people around here. I think I average around 0.1% ER.
I would say that you have a nonstandard boglehead mixture of funds. A typical portfolio would be built around 3 funds:
Total Stock Market (TSM)
Total International Stock Market (TISM)
Total Bond Market (TBM)
This is the basis of a well diversified portfolio. It can also be built with very low costs.
If you have not done so, you should spend some time reading the Wiki. Here's a good place to start: http://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Getting_Started
Since your vast majority of your funds are in tax advantaged accounts, you can easily create a well diversified, low cost portfolio.
Many around here would say you are light on bonds. Bonds are good for diversification and managing risk. If 70/30 AA is what you want, then you need to next decide what percent of equities you want to be international. 20-40% of equities in international is a normal range.
You could build a great portfolio with just three funds if you like.