In the present almost frenetic rate of advance of cosmology it is useful to be reminded that the big news this year is the establishment of evidence, by two groups (, ), of detection of the relativistic curvature of the redshift-magnitude relation. The measurement was proposed in the early 1930s. Compare this to the change in the issues in particle physics since 1930. The slow evolution of cosmology has allowed ample time for us to lose sight of which elements are reasonably well established and which have been adopted by default, for lack of more reasonable-looking alternatives. Thus I think it is appropriate to devote a good part of my assigned space to a discussion of what might be included in the standard model for cosmology. I then comment on additions that may come out of work in progress.