For my 401k my employer offers 49 different investment options. The default option is the FID FREEDOM K 2055 (FDENX) which I have been in for the past year. I recently dug around checking out all the options for the first time, and I noticed the PYR INX LFC 2055 X has virtually the same exact returns, but the expense ratio is 0.1% as opposed to the 0.66% of the FDENX fund.
I changed 100% of my investments to go to the 0.1% option being that all the return categories were equivalent and it is the same year target date fund. Would there be any reason this would have been a bad decision?