When installed from DVD, a new Debian installation has a lot of packages. I've become used to having mutt, vim, etc. installed by default.
However, AWS AMIs and debootstrap installations have only a minimal set of packages installed (less than 300) which is not a bad thing if you're setting up a server to only do a few things, but if you actually want to log into the host regularly and use it, having to install basic packages all the time is a pain.
How do I tell Debian to install all packages of "Priority: standard" from the repository?