I'm with Kimmie; I like my wooden French rolling pin the best.
I bought a marble rolling pin several years ago and gave it a try. I thought it was horrible. Crushing the dough is an understatement. What happened to the dough reminded me of when I was a little girl and my FAT brother used to enjoy torturing me. Once while I was laying on the sofa watching TV, he came over and sat on my stomach. I thought I was going to die. And that's what my dough looked like under the evil marble rolling pin. I didn't even apply pressure; I had just layed it on the dough and I swear it gasped in pain. I still tried to roll the dough out anyway and it just didn't work b/c the marble was much too heavy. All glories to the French rolling pin!
Actually... all glories to a sheeter. I was trained using a sheeter before I used a rolling pin and boy lemme tell ya! I was so spoiled that I had a hard time rolling dough the "manual labor" way. If I had the money and the space, I would buy a small sheeter and make a lot more tarts and pies around here. It would be a dream for rolling out fondant too.