or you like the idea of freewill.free will all the way.
imagine the brain as a computer, with several automated processes hardwired in.
you have free will to do as you please, however some of those processes running in the background will compel you not to choose certain options.
your instincts for survival will kick in if you consider doing something potentially dangerous.
your pack mentality, will kick in if you consider doing something anti social that might get you ostracised from the group.
you will eat when you are hungry, drink when you are thirsty, etc etc
but in spite of these compulsions much is still down to choice.
of course i have no evidence for this, but there is no evidence to the contrary either.
I could make the claim that far from having had free will, no one has had any choice in anything yet as the universe has yet to come into exisitance, and that as a believer in the religious philosophy of next thursdayism, the belief that the universe will be created next thursday fully intact as it is with all of us having imprinted beliefs that we have actually been alive before that point.
thus the truth is that you are not actually sat in front of a computer reading my post, but are in actual fact lying on a great celestial workbench being given the experience of reading my post and other such experiences in preperation for the creation of the universe which is coming in two days.
trying to argue against a position which attacks the fundamental senses with which you could refute it, is futile at best.