So, my MBP 2016 is working great, however, once a week it crashes during sleep. Reports show various apps and processes crashing it, and it's always a different report. Unresponsive CPU is, if I'm not mistaken, always the cause. My problem is that this happens rarely, once a week max, sometimes once every two weeks. The real problem is that here, I only have authorized services, not an Apple Store. And judging from my previous experience, even with Apple diagnostics they use, it would take quite some time for them to even determine the problem - if there is one, that is. This could all be just Sierra bugs and instability. If I take it to them, I'll be without my computer possibly for a month (they have max 10-14 days to investigate, then 10-14 days to order replacement parts), but the most likely scenario would be that they would just be unable to find anything wrong. This is literally the only issue I have with the MBP that otherwise works flawlessly. I was wondering, does anyone have any similar issues. Once again - everything works perfectly for days. Then, somewhere around once every 10 days, during sleep, there's kernel panic and the Mac restarts, then continues to work without issues. Kernel panics happen only during sleep. I am not even interested in investigating this, I've tried uninstalling certain apps, reinstalling macOS (clean), resetting SMC, PRAM, erasing the sleep image - at this point, I don't even care. As I said, it happens rarely and doesn't really affect my work. Speaking of care, I have AppleCare, so one day I may decide to change my mind. This is more out of curiosity - anyone has any similar issues?