When you get a preset from the Eventide, it is showed in a long series of vertically aligned modules. The bigger the preset, the longer will be the stack. In Vsigfile reordering works quite well, as a starting point, then you'll proceed to more detailed work in this direction. The thing is different with user created presets stored to the computer hd. These *always* maintain the user stored graphic layout, so they are worth being usd for further editing.
Vsigfile has many useful functions like Show/Audio/Control/Miscellaneous/Unconnects/All which allow to hide/show categories of modules you may not need to look at, in a specific moment. This helps a lot in focusing on the Audio modules routing, or Control or else….
I do look at both text and graphic modes. Text is very important as it allows the true ordering of modules.