Correct method of hooking up Sonus Faber speakers?

I own a set of SF Olympica 3 speakers and I'm curious about their optimized hook up. Using a single run of speaker cables, does 1 connect to the bottom set of terminals or the top set of terminals? I seem to recall reading somewhere that Sonus Faber recommends best results connecting to the top set of terminals where conventionally we start at the bottom and run a set of jumpers to the top. Perhaps SF owners can chime in here and let me know the ideal method to get best results. To date I've been going to the bottom terminals and then jumpers to the top but find a slight brightness to the speakers. Thanks in advance for any advice here.
At least for my SF Evolutions I connect the speaker cables to the bottom terminal using the jumpers. I believe that was recommended per the manual.
You might want to try the new Nordost Jumpers. You can order them in any configuration you want... and at $150 they're a bargain.
Thanks for the observations and advice re hooking up the Sonus Fabers. I'll try both top and bottom and judge for myself as a couple posts have suggested. Oddly enough, I'm looking to tame the top a little. Older SF models seemed to be more relaxed than the Olympicas present so far.
Just to add to the possibilities, some members here have reported in the past that best results were obtained (with various speakers, probably not SF's) by connecting the two conductors in the cable on a diagonal. That is, either the + wire to the top and the - wire to the bottom, or vice versa. (I don't think which diagonal is used would make any difference).

Doing that would result in low frequency currents and high frequency currents each having to go through one jumper during their round-trip from the amp to the speaker and back. While by connecting both conductors to either the top or the bottom one of those currents would be going through two jumpers, and the other through none.

Personally, however, I suspect that the effects of any of these alternatives on the brightness issue will be minor or negligible in comparison to speaker breakin if that may still be ongoing, or other factors such as speaker placement and toe-in, room acoustics, amplifier/speaker synergy, etc. Assuming, of course, that throughout the comparisons good contact integrity and tight connections are maintained, and that the equipment is in an equal state of warmup when the various connection arrangements are tried.

Good luck. Regards,
-- Al