For decades, it has been shown that alpha frequency is related to temporal binding window, and currently, such is the mainstream viewpoint [Noguchi, Y. Individual differences in beta frequency correlate with the audio–visual fusion illusion. Psychophysiology, 59, e14041, 2022; Gray, M. J., & Emmanouil, T. A. Individual alpha frequency increases during a task but is unchanged by alpha‐band flicker. Psychophysiology, 57, e13480, 2020; Hirst, R. J., McGovern, D. P., Setti, A., Shams, L., & Newell, F. N. What you see is what you hear: Twenty years of research using the sound-induced flash illusion. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 118, 759–774, 2020; Keil, J. Double flash illusions: Current findings and future directions. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 14, 298, 2020; Migliorati, D., Zappasodi, F., Perrucci, M. G., Donno, B., Northoff, G., Romei, V., & Costantini, M. Individual alpha frequency predicts perceived visuotactile simultaneity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 32, 1–11, 2020; Keil, J., & Senkowski, D. Individual alpha frequency relates to the sound-induced flash illusion. Multisensory Research, 30, 565–578, 2017; Minami, S., & Amano, K. Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of alpha oscillations. Current Biology, 27, 2344–2351, 2017; Cecere, R., Rees, G., & Romei, V. Individual differences in alpha frequency drive crossmodal illusory perception. Current Biology, 25, 231–235, 2015]. However, recently, this stance has been challenged [Buergers, S., & Noppeney, U. The role of alpha oscillations in temporal binding within and across the senses. Nature Human Behaviour, 6, 732–742, 2022]. Moreover, both stances appear to have their limitations regarding the reliability of results. Therefore, it is of paramount importance to develop new methodology to gain more reliable results. Perceptual training seems to be such a method that also offers significant practical implications.