I tried pulling up a couple of these funds from your post, but I was not allowed to view any info. I'm not familiar with these funds, but there may be other folks on the forum that do have experience.
So, what I would say to anyone that wants to invest is to understand their risk tolerance, watch the expense ratio, have funds or a fund that is diversified with stocks and bonds. The thought is, the farther away you are from retirement, the more stocks you should have.
You probably know all of the above, but this is all I've got right now.