This is basically a follow-up to some questions from a previous thread regarding Einstein synchronization and other methods. I don't understand the alternative methods when the synchronization parameter isn't 1/2 and its connection to the speed of light. Basically it means that the light is quicker in one direction than the other, but there are is an infinite number of directions, so I don't understand which light rays are quicker than the others. For instance, let's suppose that we sync two distant clocks with a non-standard method. So the light from the front, in one case, may be faster than the light coming from the back, right? How would the light mentioned in this case behave in other directions regarding its velocity?