Are you really in the UK? It's kinda in the middle of the night now, isn't it?
Here's the low-down on ETF investing:
1. Costs over mutual funds are (a) commissions (could be free), (b) bid/ask spread, (c) premium/discount to NAV, and (d) sometimes strange dividend reinvestment anomalies (you don't get reinvested at NAV on day of dividend).
2. Places to find ETF equivalents are FundAdvice.com - Home
(they have suggested portfolios) and DFA vs. Vanguard
(click through the "here" links for ETFs in the asset classes listed.
Since you listed many Vanguard funds, you MUST already know that many of them have ETF share classes. Just visit Vanguard - Mutual funds, IRAs, ETFs, 401(k) plans, and more
for help with those.
What else? Are you still awake?