My Alon V's are said to sound best when tri-wired and have 3 sets of binding posts per speaker. I am currently running them bi-wired while waiting for Acarian Systems to get some more of their Black Orpheus in, so I can complete my tri-wire set up. The owner of Acarian Systems said to run the bass wire (which in Black Orpheus is a different gauge and configuration than the MF/HF wire) to the LF terminal, and the MF/HF wire to the HF terminal, with jumpers going to the MF terminal. This supports Sugarbrie's post. For jumpers I simply use a 4 to 6 inch length of high quality speaker wire. I have it hooked to bananas so I can plug them into the ends of my binding posts and not have to put 2 spades on one post. You could also use spades, which would make them similar to the Cardas jumpers, or even bare wire if you make sure the posts are snug. I also have heard good things about the Mapleshade jumpers, but do not know what the synergy would be in conjunction with other wires, or if that is even a concern. However, I personally would bi-wire the speakers, or consider Socrates' suggestion, as I do not like the idea of jumpers.