DIY advice - Building my own bi-wire

I am tired of paying people to terminate the ends of my speaker wire every time I make a change in my system. I need advice as to the easiest way to terminate the ends for my bi-wire. Should I use solder? Is there a special technique that I should try?

It depends on what type of termination you are using. If you are going to crimp the wire in the connector then I recommend solder to secure the crimp. If you are going to use the connectors which require small screws to secure the cable then I say no solder.
These are very simple to do so go for the DIY. My preference is for BFA bananas such as the KnuConceptz at the amp end and either Vampirewire spades or Audioquest spades at the speaker end. This is how I do it, others will have different opinions and as always, YMMV.
WBT spades (and I believe bananas) use crimp sleeves which then screw down
securely. No solder. Easy to do. Can be reused (with new crimp sleeves).

A crimp tool, wire stripper, and screwdriver are the only tools required.
There are some cables that are very difficult to work with (Cardas et al) Make sure you have the expertise to do the job.