I'm on Sierra 10.12.4 on my 13" early 2015 rMBP and have encountered numerous graphical issues that were not present on 10.12.3 (which was bug free for my usage). I do have a Time Machine backup from when on 10.12.3, but would rather not go that route to avoid losing changes made since then. I tried downloading the 10.12.3 combo update from Apple's website, but when I go to install it I get this notice: macOS Sierra can't be installed on this disk. This volume does not meet the requirements for this update." Is this because you cannot re-install a previous update? Any way to get past this? I would also like to avoid doing a fresh install, as I already did that once a while back for different reasons and it was a lot of work, and my system is setup perfectly at the moment.