Pork chops are for good reason called the "other" white meat. If you overcook them just slightly, they turn out really dry. With sous vide, that's no longer a problem. Plus, it gives you time to focus on making a tasty sauce.
After patting your pork chops dry, you can sear on high heat each side for about a minute.
Sweet sauces pair well with pork chops and fruit preserves provide a great base to build a quick pan sauce.
The leanness of pork chops means that they would benefit from added fat such as butter or oil.