Bi Wire Cables vs Jumpers?

Ryan R610 monitors incoming and they are set up for bi wire...My speaker cables are Acoustic Zen Epoch.Choice 1 are the solid copper Cardas Jumper Bars,$45.00...Choice 2 is a new/used pair of Bi Wire cables(expensive) and choice 3 is 1 of the many cable jumpers ($50.00+)available like Nordost or VDH,Signal,Anti etc..,most of which are silver coated copper and stranded wire...Budget being a concern which way would you go?The choice can not in any way add harshness/brightness...Amp is 15wpc.EL84..Thanks very much..

Another vote for AZ jumpers.  If you choose to try biwire later on you can continue to use the banana jumpers at the same time (not many people seem to do this for some reason -- I know not why).  Adding wire jumpers to my existing AZ Satori shotgun biwire setup made more of a difference in imaging, clarity, and tighter bass than going from single to biwire Satoris.  Of course YMMV, but just another option. 

Man the AZ jumper is $150.00..A friend just this mourning let me borrow a pair of Nordost Red Dawn II cables and I'm totally blown away at how much more they bring to my system over the AZ...
Wireworld makes jumpers in wires that match exactly their different speaker cables.
If a manufacturer puts biwire posts on the speaker, then they must believe it makes a difference.
I would contact Ryan and ask what cables they prefer for their speakers.
With my Vandersteen speakers, Audioquest is the brand the designer Mr. V. recommends.
"If a manufacturer puts biwire posts on the speaker, then they must believe it makes a difference."

I think if you add at the end "in how many speakers they will sell" the statement is correct.

Some speaker makers put the bi-wire terminals on because they think the market and their buyers expect that on a high end speaker.