LOL, if you number 6 in the world and hasn't played a lot of tournaments if that isn't part of your greater years i don;t know what is.
I've already told you why 2006 isn't part of his prime, if you choose to ignore that, then that's your problem. It looks to me like you didn't watch tennis in 2003 and 2004 and probably neither 2006, juding by 90% of your not so good posts. It seems like you're the one who's guilty of "posting for the sake of posting" as you'd put it to other members
Here's a little extra information to feed your ignorance:
1. Roddick never had a considerable clay court season nor a considerable winter in 2003 either, so they're directly comparable. In 2004, he also completely missed 3 TMS events, yet still had a considerably more successful year.
2. Here's the part where you actually need to have a working eye and brain cell; You need to watch his matches to analyse his performance. If you think that his performance level in 2006 is close to as good, then you might be onto something...but it's not.