Is there any model of consciousness that doesn't involve some form of "illusion"? For example, even if consciousness is all there is (a la Bernardo) the experience doesn't really feel like that... I mean, if Bernardo is correct, the apparent existence of an external world is an illusion.
Same would then go for the other panpsychic stuff, for similar reasoning about intrinsic/extrinsic aspects, also the Neutral Monisms that don't fall under Nondualism. (For example Pauli's ideas of matter/mind as two aspects of one whole.)
The dualist philosophies also don't have consciousness as some kind of illusion, nor is the world illusion AFAIK?
Information based metaphysics, depending on how the respective authors think it works? Though I guess if everything is information space-time is kind of an illusion? *shrugs*