You can fill the rock chips with touch up, but there is not always going to be a solid adhesion just because your not able to "sand" the chip. I would fill, let sit and fill again usually. Then various grits of unigrit until I got it looking uniform. Its risky as you have no way of knowing the thickness of the paint without a paint gauge (one of my next "big" purchases). Without caution or just thin paint to begin with you could be sanding into the base coat. I always tell people its a daily driver and its going to get rock chips/light scratches there's really nothing you can do. I will sand out scratches and guarantee there gone, but I won't guarantee that a rock chip is gone for good.