Hi all, I've decided to read up on particle physics in my spare time for my own edification, but I've had some trouble locating a good textbook/survey paper with a succinct, technical and up-to-date description of the standard model. The text or two that i do have on hand were published in the 80's, and are woefully out of date (e.g. they postulate the existence of the top quark, rather than mention the actual discovery.) Quick background on my technical level: Did physics as an undergrad, studied Classical Mechanics, Basic QM (no QED, QCD), Thermo, E&M, vector analysis, etc.. Didn't take plasma, nuclear, General relativity, etc.. Also, ugly wavefunctions in all their multi-term glory don't scare me, but get tedious. Any pointers towards finding "big picture" books would be appreciated. Thanks.