Hi, all! My late 2016 MBP 13" w/TB has run into some serious snags this weekend. On Saturday, Safari began crashing frequently to the point of being unusable, and the machine itself would restart every so often. I let the system somewhat stabilize itself before deciding to upgrade to High Sierra to see if that might help (I was running the last version of Sierra before HS, I believe). That probably was my first mistake, but I'm not exceptionally well-versed in tech (obviously). The update did not complete (I assume another crash), and my MBP booted up with the gray "?" folder - unable to find a startup disk. I tried reinstalling High Sierra in recovery mode, it ended up sitting on "about one minute" remaining for more than 10 hours. Tried erasing the internal drive in Disk Utility and reinstalling, stuck on "one hour and 24 minutes remaining" for over 10 hours. Now, my MBP only boots into internet recovery mode and informs me that macOS has failed to install (not a surprise). I'm sure I screwed up along the way, so feel free to call me an idiot for that and for not having any backups because it's true. I'm not concerned about data I've lost; I'd just like to have my computer back. Is there any chance that creating a bootable USB installer could help at this point? Thanks!!