I think free will has being unreasonably conflated with freedom from causality, romanticizing a notion that if there is a random non-mechanistic source to which we can relate our choices, that source is "the real me". That is bullshit. However, the process of making a choice is the state of mind between the point in which you experience multiply possible paths and the point at which you've found the reasons to pick one or the other, and Within that time frame, you are free from the causes to pick one choices because the mental reaction to those causes haven't happened yet. The causality chain that lead to the causes might have already happened, but the cause doesn't come into existence until it actually happens. What I consider to be freewill is that characteristic of that mental gap, which is why I voted yes (And ENTP, because everyone keeps telling me that).