are you serious?
RZ had more hits, runs, doubles, triples, rbis, sbs, and less ks.
I suppose you think it's just coincidence that he has, as you describe it, an "elite" year with Dunn batting behind him.
Dunn had more homers and more walks.
Dunn had ONE fewer RBI with a 5-man black hole batting behind him for most of the season.
Also, you forgot OBP, SLG, OPS, and RC (runs created, which is a bit abstract, but I'm just throwing it out there because I know if the stat favored Zimmerman, you would mention it).
Zimmerman had an elite season, especially when you consider defense and seriously this is NL baseball, so why in the freak wouldn't you consider defense? This isn't the wussy American League where you can DH. Defense counts just like offense.
As always, you attempt to mold the discussion to suit your own ends.
We could go 'round and 'round all night but I have better things waiting for me, and I already know this discussion is academic. You think there's some kind of imaginary competition going on and don't realize that most of us are thrilled to have BOTH Zimmerman AND Dunn batting in the lineup.