Does this mean you started with 10.4.3 and wanted to update to 10.4.3.2? Otherwise I am not sure I understand what you mean.
Mike, I started with 10.4.1 aleph linked to here, which is obviously a few point releases behind.
A few more further observations:
1. I finally let Easy Install run. I have access to AccordanceMaster account for module development, which means Easy Install attempted to download 700+ modules. I just did not want to manually uncheck everything. Then, after downloading for 3+ hours, Easy Install window just vanished without completing the install. Reinitiating EI did not even show that it was aware that modules had been downloaded, and began downloading everything from scratch, instead of looking into the tmp directory as I've seen EI do sometimes. Total time spent while I waited for EI to successfully finish was around 6 hours.
I think EI install needs better UX, a way to select/deselct ALL modules, sort by name, date purchased, a way to search, etc. The inconvenience of EI grows exponentially the more modules you have purchased, which means the longer you've been using Accordance and more money you have invested in modules, the hassle grows. Somehow, this shouldn't be.
2. Aleph seems to freeze time to time, and there seems to be a pattern of freezing after pressing one of the red, yellow, green buttons. This happened several times in EI window, and other times in workspace windows.
Is Accordance going to follow the changes Yosemite is bringing with the 3 window buttons? In particular, the green button in Yosemite now triggers full screen.