I was on a flight today from DFW to SEA with 2 aborted landings due to wind sheers. We diverted to Portland, gassed up and such and headed back. The crew did a fantastic job handling the situation and the Captain kept us informed and was amazing...bought snacks...even passed them out himself...ensured we were comfortable and let us know when he received info. I think most of the flying was done by the pilots and we could feel the wind beneath us and could tell when the landing was aborted. On some flights, it feels like the plane is on cruise control and not being actually piloted. I felt like this was a real pilot doing the work. Does anyone know how much of a flight the pilot is actually piloting vs it being on auto pilot? Just curious.