While I admittedly haven't tried all visualization tools, the two that I do use and would recommend are IGV and Savant. IGV has a nice "split screen" mode for viewing "ends" of two disjoint genomic loci as described by a SV call w.r.t. the reference genome. Savant takes an alternate approach in that they use arcs to draw connections between disjoint loci. The height of the arc indicates distance and the color indicates type (del, inv, dup, etc.).
Ira Hall and I cover some of these aspects, with a particular focus on complex variation in this review.