So you're saying that you're walk arguably the best hitter in history at his enhanced peak to get to the best offensive player of the next generation. Okay. If someone put a gun to my head I'd probably walk Bonds to get to Aaron or Mays, too.
There's always someone on the internet who knows that they're right and everyone else is wrong. Basically you're predicting that Trout is going to be Cesar Cedeno, who was great but only had a handful of really good seasons after 26. Except that Trout's average year has been better than Cedeno's pre-27 best year. Or Vada Pinson, who wasn't nearly as good and then had injury problems that limited his effectiveness after 30.
And he's not going to be the other 18 of the top 20 most valuable players at Trout's age and continue to perform at a Hall of Fame level for years to come.
Trout has been slightly more valuable than Ty Cobb so far. From 27-38 Ty Cobb had a .962 OPS, led the league in about 20 things, and was worth more than Brooks Robinson's entire career.