"THINK I'LL WAIT FOR THE .1 RELEASE"
"Firefox support has ended for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8"
After getting news of loss of support for Firefox I looked into updating OS from 10.8.5 to SIERRA 10.12, as that would have updated Safari and could cope with updated Firefox, with the overall aim of improving security.
BUT after reading the "osxdaily.com" paragraph below, I think I will also be waiting for OSX 10.12.1 version.
For me personally, updating a 2015 13″ Retina MacBook Pro to macOS Sierra from OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 has proven to be an unusual headache. As seen in this article, the problems have been pervasive and arrived as a deluge, with one issue appearing after the other. (For some background, I run a very vanilla and boring OS for my work machine with very few third party apps on this Mac). Ultimately I have reinstalled macOS Sierra and things are working more smoothly (at the moment anyway) but if the same variety of problems crop up again IÕll either perform a clean install or downgrade back to El Capitan and wait until 10.12.1 comes out (which is currently under beta development). Some Mac users routinely wait for the first major point release to install a major software update anyway. ThereÕs certainly nothing wrong with that conservative approach to software updates, but obviously in the interim youÕd be missing out on any of the great new features in macOS Sierra.
"Sierra and die?"