I've been learning the basics of Maxwell's laws, and was especially interested to see that there was a Gaussian formulation of Newtonian gravity in terms of the negative divergence of the gravitational field, which in turn helped me understand the divergence of the electric field a bit more clearly. But the gravitational field g is quite straightforward for me to understand, as its simply acceleration, or at least reduces to units of acceleration. E, on the other hand, doesn't seem to have such simple units. Even using Gaussian units, it it's not much clearer to me than SI's Force/charge or Volts/meter, although it's nice not to have Epsilon0 to contend with. In any event, are there any units that treat the E-field in a more conceptually accessible way, like g, as something like acceleration, or velocity? Thanks for any help on this, appreciate it.