Considering we live in an age of unmanned spacecrafts, with computers more than capable of managing everything from attitude control, burns, to docking and insanely precise powered landings; how much manual control, if any is done during today's manned missions.
Is Soyuz flown completely by the computer, or does the crew take the control during critical phases of the flight? Does it even allow for manual control? Can it be flown manually in a case of some major system failure? Did something like that ever occur?
And what about other upcoming manned spacecrafts? Will something like the manned Dragon capsule even have any joysticks or controls or will it likely be "passenger only"?