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I currently have a 401K with my current employer and am 100% vested. I am planning on taking a new job that does not offer any retirement plan. I don't like the current investment options in the 401K.

The 401K is a mix of a Roth 401K and a regular 401K, plus the employer match.

I would like to rollover the account into a IRA.

Is is possible to rollover into both a IRA and a Roth IRA so I keep the current mix of pre-tax/post tax.

My understanding is:

Roth 401K -> Roth IRA
regular 401K -> Traditional IRA
employer match -> Traditional IRA.

Is this feasible/advisable?
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