Jumper cables for Dunlavy SC IV / Naim?

Many audiophiles report success using jumper cables to replace the connectors that generally come with bi-wireable speakers. Does anyone have any experience specifically with using jumper cables on the Dunlavy SC IV? Also, has anyone tried jumping the terminals on the SC IV using the same cable they're using as speaker wire (this was the manufacturer-recommended technique for a pair of Vandersteens I had previously)? Intuitively that would seem a sensible thing to do.

My IVs are being driven by Naim electronics and are connected via Naim wire (of course) so if anyone has experience with this gear it would be particularly useful. Would a non-Naim jumper work harmoniously with Naim cable (if so, which)? Has anyone simply stripped a long section at the end of Naim cable and attached it to both sets of posts on the SC IV to avoid using the supplied connecting plates?

although I have never used Dunlavys or naim amps I know that the reason naim amps require use of their own cables is that the amplifiers require a high inductance, low capacitance load (unlike some other amps). However since inductance and capacitance are proportional to the length of the cable and the length of the jumper is negligible compared to the existing speaker cables I cannot see any problem at all in using jumper cables of any make instead of the connecting plates.

The only problem with stripping a long section of the naim cables is that the cables will then oxidize ... I prefer well fitter spade connectors myself.
Any Naim dealer should be able to fix your cables for biwiring. The way it is done is to attach about a six inch addition to your exsisting cable. Where the addition meets the original cable it is soldered together with bananas (or whatever). The remaining end of the 6" piece has a pair of bananas fixed to it. You have basically "jumped" from terminal to terminal with the same wire. I believe you will be able to find much discussion of this over at Naim-Audio.com
I own a pair of SC-III's. Just my 2 cents on the matter.
I recently switched from a non biwired pair of mit cables to a biwired pair and I can say that biwiring the Dunlavy's made astonishing results. Both cables were of comparable quality so my conclusion is that these speakers really benefit from being biwired.