For the last three years the surfacing world has been showing us marble. White with gray veining, Calacatta, Carrara, and now gold veining has made its entree in the form of Calacatta Gold. The problem? It is not marble. Unfortunately we are back to the game of impostors, with quartz looking like marble, solid surface looking like marble and porcelain printed with marble veining. If you want marble, use marble. We don't get it. Maybe because our products are all true to their aesthetic, and look like what they are? We would like to see the countertop world lose its marbles. Another KBIS show with marble knock-offs is a non-starter.